Saturday, July 02, 2005

Congress moved Wednesday...

A post by John Paczkowski on Good Morning Silicon Valley:
Congress moved Wednesday to protect the personal information of the few thousand remaining Americans not yet affected by data theft, introducing a bill aimed at stopping security breaches that have put millions of Americans' personal data on the black market... Dubbed The Personal Data Privacy and Security Act, the legislation would more closely regulate data brokers, enact stiffer penalties for database intrusions and mandate a "comprehensive personal data privacy and security program" for most businesses...

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Comment by Blogger Jim Horning:

See also the the CRA Government Affairs blog, Newsday, and

6:24 PM  

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