President proposes 30-day limit on informing customers of data hacks

President Barack Obama has proposed strengthening laws against identity theft, which include requiring notifications when a customer's information has been hacked. Called the Personal Data Notification and Protection Act, it would require retailers to inform customers within 30 days if their data has been breached. Currently, policies on customer notification vary from state to state. Story

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