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From: Dale Jordan (jordantdcomcast.net)
Date: Fri Dec 07 2007 - 06:19:41 CST
Not all states have the privacy laws enacted. The link below describes the
Pennsylvania law that went into effect in 2006:
From: dataloss-bouncesattrition.org [mailto:dataloss-bouncesattrition.org]
On Behalf Of Rodney
Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2007 8:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Dataloss] Personal Info From PA. Welfare Rolls Stolen
On Thu, 2007-12-06 at 18:50 -0600, Henry Brown wrote:
The Department of Public Welfare began mailing letters Wednesday warning
the recipients to take steps to protect themselves from identity theft,
agency spokeswoman Anne Bale said.
This strikes me as odd and I have a couple of questions for the group.
1. If your data is lost and there is a clear "at fault" party as seems to be
the case here (the data was unencrypted) they isn't the "at fault party
supposed to provide ID theft protection? Is that a law or just something
done to reduce damages should they ever be sued over release of personally
identifiable information without informed consent?
2. If it is welfare rolls, then these people can't afford to do this on
their own, so again why isn't the state setting this up for them?
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