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Bill tackles cyber security

Associated Press

FRANKFORT - A bill backed by state Auditor Adam Edelen and a bipartisan group of lawmakers would require state and local government agencies to notify Kentuckians when their personal information is breached.

Edelen said government possesses volumes of private information, from Social Security numbers to tax returns and health records. When government loses that information, he said, citizens have a right to know.

Kentucky is among four states without such a law.

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