Recent trends in changing data breach notification laws include an expanding scope of personal information, increased specificity of timelines, more granularity in notification content requirements, and, in the U.S., increased notification requirements to state attorneys general. With these more extensive requirements comes yet another nuance: exceptions to notification obligations. But how often do these exceptions apply in the real world? Radar CEO and President Mahmood Sher-Jan explores the topic in an ongoing series for The Privacy Advisor.
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