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From: Chris Walsh (chriscwalsh.org)
Date: Tue Feb 05 2008 - 21:33:16 CST
Only a few states require breaches to be reported to any kind of state
agency -- NY, NJ, NH, NC and (IIRC) ME are the ones. I FOIA'ed NJ,
NC, and NY. NH publishes breach reports on a web site anyway, and I
haven't tried ME yet. IN may join the club, but the law hasn't been
passed as yet.
NY has been very forthcoming. I have every breach report they have
received from the start of their law until mid-2007. Another request
will go out in a week or so.
NC was slower than NY, but sent me a bunch of stuff. I owe them
NJ says the info is exempt from disclosure because it is reported to
the state police. This is debatable, IMNSHO. I am surprised a suit
hasn't been filed.
Drop me a line if you want a zip file of the docs I have scanned so far.
On Feb 5, 2008, at 1:58 PM, Sean Steele wrote:
> Hi all, Iím looking for advice regarding and experiences with FOIA
> requests to state/municipal government(s), for data breach and
> related information. Have you been able to successfully request, if
> so how, do you have tips, tricks, hints, strategies, etc.
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