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Jones Day | USA | 31 Jul 2009

Nevada imposes new requirements for credit card transactions and data transfers

Nevada recently amended its law on the Security of Personal Information to require Nevada businesses to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards ("PCI DSS") in any transaction where the business accepts a credit card (or other payment card) for the sale of goods or services, and to require Nevada businesses to encrypt any personal information the business transfers.

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