TTDLs (Templates, Tools, Docs and Links)
Verizon’s 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report
California’s Shine the Light Statute
Source: Official California Legislative Information, California Law
1798.83(d)(6) (A) The categories of personal information required to be
disclosed pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) are all of the
(i) Name and address.
(ii) Electronic mail address.
(iii) Age or date of birth.
(iv) Names of children.
(v) Electronic mail or other addresses of children.
(vi) Number of children.
(vii) The age or gender of children.
(xiii) Telephone number.
(xv) Political party affiliation.
(xvi) Medical condition.
(xvii) Drugs, therapies, or medical products or equipment used.
(xviii) The kind of product the customer purchased, leased, or
(xix) Real property purchased, leased, or rented.
(xx) The kind of service provided.
(xxi) Social security number.
(xxii) Bank account number.
(xxiii) Credit card number.
(xxiv) Debit card number.
(xxv) Bank or investment account, debit card, or credit card
(xxvi) Payment history.
(xxvii) Information pertaining to the customer’s creditworthiness,
assets, income, or liabilities.
(B) If a list, description, or grouping of customer names or
addresses is derived using any of these categories, and is disclosed
to a third party for direct marketing purposes in a manner that
permits the third party to identify, determine, or extrapolate any
other personal information from which the list was derived, and that
personal information when it was disclosed identified, described, or
was associated with an individual, the categories set forth in this
subdivision that correspond to the personal information used to
derive the list, description, or grouping shall be considered
personal information for purposes of this section.
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