Five Republican members of the U.S. Senate have introduced legislation to create a national standard for requiring companies to protect personal information in electronic form and to notify affected individuals of breaches.
The bill, S. 3333, if enacted, would preempt state laws, including laws tougher than the Senate proposal.
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