Data commissioners in the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand and Australia are looking to update their rules around data breaches. The Center for Information Policy Leadership, sponsored by the law firm Hunton & Williams, put out a paper that suggests these countries should learn from America’s mistakes when it comes to handling data breach legislation.

Among the missteps, according to the paper, “Information Security Breaches, Looking Back and Thinking Ahead”  by Fred H. Cate:

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