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 February 13, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Laws, U.S.

James Chilton reports:

A House committee on Thursday approved two Senate bills related to private information and companies’ duties in notifying clients of data breaches.

The House Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee unanimously approved Senate Files 35 and 36.

SF35 would establish the actions companies must take if they learn that clients’ personal information has been breached, while SF36 expands the definitions of personal identifying information.

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