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Shhhh… That’s Personal: State Laws Prohibiting Third-Party Disclosure of Personal Data

April 19, 2022

Check out our new state question and answer sets discussing prohibitions on disclosing personal data, such as social security numbers, motor vehicle records and accident reports, financial, voter, medical, and insurance information, and victims’ and minors’ personal information. Link to the question and answer set for Pennsylvania below or use our State Law Comparison Tool to compare states.


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    Use this survey to see each state’s restrictions on disclosures of personal data (including social security numbers), insurance and medical documents, victim’s and minor’s information, and the sale of personal information.
  • Third-Party Disclosure of Personal Data Key Federal Laws
    Check out this overview of federal laws that regulate third-party disclosure of personal information in the health, medical, insurance, and financial industries, as well as the disclosure of personal information by state and federal agencies.


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