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House Bill 4587 (2005) rss


Sponsor
Steve Bieda

Categories  Consumer protection, other; Crimes, identity theft; Communications, internet; Civil rights, privacy

Consumer protection; other; notice of any breach of database security; require. Amends sec. 11 of 2004 PA 452 (MCL 445.71) & adds sec. 12.

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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
4/12/2005HJ 27 Pg. 400introduced by Representative Steven Bieda
4/12/2005HJ 27 Pg. 400read a first time
4/12/2005HJ 27 Pg. 400referred to Committee on Judiciary
4/13/2005HJ 28 Pg. 410printed bill filed 04/13/2005