Oregon: Proposed Privacy Legislation Changes

The State of Oregon Legislature has recently drafted changes to existing statute (ORS 646A.622) as relating to consumer personal data protections.

The amended legislation encompasses enforcement of safeguards required for consumer personal data and creates new provisions relating to standing/damages. Most noteworthy, the proposed amendment establishes a private right of action for a consumer who suffers ascertainable loss of money or property as result of a failure to maintain reasonable safeguards to protect security, confidentiality and integrity of that consumer’s personal information.

If passed, the new regulation takes effect on January 1, 2016.

For a copy of the proposed changes to ORS 646A.622, please contact our Privacy & Data Security Group.

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