A Nevada law requiring encryption of customer personal information goes into effect on October 1, 2008. See Nev. Rev. Stat. § 597.970 (2007). While the legislation is short in length, it is potentially wide-ranging in scope. In particular, the legislation requires any "business in this State" to encrypt an electronic transmission (other than via facsimile) of "any personal information of a customer" to "a person outside of the secure system of the business unless the business uses encryption to ensure the security of the electronic transmission." Id.
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