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A00275 Summary:

BILL NOA00275A
 
SAME ASSAME AS S07269-A, SAME AS S03790-A
 
SPONSORPheffer (MS)
 
COSPNSRDestito, Kavanagh, Jaffee, Rosenthal
 
MLTSPNSRBoyland, Farrell
 
 
Establishes the New York state automatic identification technology privacy task force, to consist of: the chairperson of the consumer protection board, the secretary of state, the commissioner of education, the director of the office for technology, the attorney general, the mayor of the city of New York and 11 at-large members to be appointed by the governor and the legislative leaders; the task force shall report to the governor and the legislature regarding: existing state law, regulations, programs, policies, and practices related to the use of automatic identification technology; the privacy issues associated with the use of automatic identification technology by public and private entities; research on privacy issues associated with the use of automatic identification technology; current and anticipated or possible future uses of automatic identification technology; the benefits to consumers and businesses from the use of automatic identification technology; the need to prohibit or restrict the use of automatic identification technology in certain situations; and public awareness on the use of automatic identification technology.
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