Federal law needs to cover everyone

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Federal law needs to cover everyone

We've all heard about the many private companies whose lackadaisical approach to security ended in the theft of customers' critical data. But it has been rare to hear about compromises to government agencies' IT security mechanisms, which ended in a citizen's identity being compromised.

Certainly, California's SB1386 has played no small role in publicizing exposures of personally identifiable information, but it applies only to organizations conducting business in California and the state's government agencies. The U.S. Government Accountability Office's public reports do ...

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