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Daily Dashboard | States offer concerns over proposed data breach notification laws Related reading: California Legislature reaches tentative agreement on consumer privacy rules

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Massachusetts Assistant Attorney General Sara Cable has voiced her concerns related to a pair of proposed national data breach notification laws, Axios reports. Cable believes the two bills, including one from Reps. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Mo., and Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., would undermine the strict data breach laws implemented in Massachusetts. "Now is not the time to dilute the tools regularly and successfully used by many states, including Massachusetts to combat this crisis," Cable said during a Financial Services subcommittee hearing. Luetkemeyer defended the bill he is co-sponsoring, saying the proposed law is in place in order to find a better way to handle data breach notifications.
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