S.B.1551. Relating to actions after a breach of security that involves personal information; and prescribing an effective date.

Oregon Senate
Last action 8 months ago
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Summary

                    Requires person to report breach of security that involves personal information to financial institution that issues financial access device that stores personal information and to any other person that processed financial transaction on person's behalf using account information that was subject to breach of security. Requires person to report breach of security in most expeditious manner possible but not later than 45 days after discovering or receiving notification of breach, with certain exceptions.
                
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                    Prohibits person that provides or contracts with another person to provide credit monitoring services at no charge to consumer from offering other services at same time or in connection with offer to provide credit monitoring services.

Provides that consumer reporting agency may charge fee of not more than $10 for each placement or removal of security freeze, or replacement of personal identification number or password, in excess of single placement, removal or replacement during calendar year. Provides that consumer reporting agency may ask consumer if request for security freeze is result of receiving notification of security breach, may ask consumer to identify person that sent notification and may record consumer's response. 

Permits consumer reporting agency to bring action to recover from person that experienced security breach actual costs of placing security freezes that consumer reporting agency may not charge consumer. 

Takes effect on 91st day following adjournment sine die.
                

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Actions

  • Effective date, June 2, 2018.

    Mon, Apr 23rd 2018
  • Chapter 010, 2018 Laws.

    Mon, Apr 23rd 2018
  • Governor signed.

    Fri, Mar 16th 2018
  • Speaker signed.

    Tue, Mar 6th 2018
  • President signed.

    Sat, Mar 3rd 2018
  • Senate concurred in House amendments and repassed bill.

    Fri, Mar 2nd 2018
  • Third reading. Carried by Holvey. Passed.

    Fri, Mar 2nd 2018
  • Second reading.

    Wed, Feb 28th 2018
  • Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed B-Engrossed.

    Tue, Feb 27th 2018
  • Public Hearing and Work Session held.

    Mon, Feb 26th 2018
  • Referred to Business and Labor.

    Thu, Feb 22nd 2018
  • First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Third reading. Carried by Prozanski. Passed.

    Wed, Feb 21st 2018
  • Second reading.

    Tue, Feb 20th 2018
  • Recommendation: Do pass with amendments. (Printed A-Eng.)

    Mon, Feb 19th 2018
  • Work Session held.

    Fri, Feb 16th 2018
  • Work Session held.

    Thu, Feb 15th 2018
  • Public Hearing held.

    Fri, Feb 9th 2018
  • Referred to Judiciary.

    Mon, Feb 5th 2018
  • Introduction and first reading. Referred to President's desk.

    Mon, Feb 5th 2018
  • Presession Released to the Public.

    Mon, Jan 22nd 2018