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Massachusetts Enacts Significant Changes to Its Data Breach Notification Law

David M. Brown of Baker Hostetler writes:

On Jan. 10, 2019, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation that will significantly amend the state’s data breach notification law. The amendments become effective on April 11, 2019.One of the significant changes includes a new requirement to provide an offer of complimentary credit monitoring for “a period of not less than 18 months” when the data security incident involves a Massachusetts resident’s Social Security number. With this new obligation, Massachusetts joins Connecticut and Delaware as states that require an offer of complimentary credit monitoring when the incident involves a resident’s Social Security number. There was no update to the timing of any required individual notice obligations, which remains “as soon as practicable and without unreasonable delay”; but the new amendments require a rolling notification to individuals under certain circumstances: “A notice provided pursuant to this section shall...(continued)
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