Michigan January 3, 2007
LANSING - Governor Jennifer M. Granholm today signed legislation that requires Michigan residents be notified if the security of a database containing their personal information is breached. The legislation å¨ublic Act 566) requires that individuals and government agencies notify consumers when a security breach puts personal information, including social security numbers, drivers license numbers, and financial information, at risk. Failure to properly notify consumers of a security breach can result in a fine of up to $750,000.
From State of Michigan Web Site click here for details
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