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Daily Dashboard | South Dakota Senate committee passes data breach notification bill Related reading: Roe v. Wade reversal sends ripples through privacy world

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South Dakota’s Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approved a bill requiring companies to inform residents when their personal information is involved in a data breach, the Associated Press reports. Unless otherwise instructed by the attorney general, the bill would require companies to notify residents within 60 days of the breach and to inform the attorney general if a breach involves more than 250 people. The legislation was originally introduced by state Attorney General Marty Jackley, who has said "the state needs a fair reporting law that requires consumers to be notified about the loss of their information."
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