Minnesota Privacy Bill Is Seen As A Wake-up Call To The Federal Government To Enact Legislation

New legislation was passed in Minnesota that allows Internet consumers to be able to control whether their service providers can disclose their personal information. This Act is a demonstration of states taking more action to deal with this issue and may have the effect of forcing the federal government to take quicker action to solve this problem.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What does this bill require of Interactive Service Providers?
How does the Bill define personally identifiable information?
What other provisions does this bill have?
What problems may be encountered with enforcement of this bill?
What are the long-term effects of the online travel market on consumers and on electronic commerce?


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