The Privacy Advisor: The Official Newsletter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals

Authors: Divonne Smoyer Paul Bond

Type: Articles Published

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis once characterized privacy as the "right to be left alone." More and more, citizens are looking to their elected officials to safeguard that right. Indiana Attorney General (AG) Greg Zoeller has led a charge to protect the citizens of his state from disruptions of their personal affairs and intrusions by robocallers and junk marketers into their homes. Further, he has a robust ID theft protection unit in his office, and Indiana law governing data breaches requires that the AG get notice of breaches impacting Indiana residents so that he can track data losses to ensure compliance with state consumer protection and other laws.

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