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With the explosive growth of online commerce, there are more points at which unsavory characters may infiltrate a company’s confidential information database concerning employees and consumers. Some data breaches have garnered national attention (insert example, think Target, or the Ashely Madison hack that exposed reality TV stars); others merely show up in an envelope with a special label. Regardless of how data was breached, each state sets parameters for how any company that experiences a data breach must notify affected consumers. This chart details who the state laws apply to, what constitutes personal information, required notification to consumers in event of a breach and other information.

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