Minnesota Privacy Law Under Attack

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 21, 2003

Minnesota’s pioneering Internet privacy legislation, S.F. No. 2908, that regulates spam, protects the privacy of Internet consumers and regulates the dissemination of personal data about Internet users, is under attack just as it is scheduled to take effect March 1. AOL and other industry groups are seeking to introduce new legislation to “limit the responsibility of ISPs to provide information to customers.”

Posted in Legislation, Privacy

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