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February 1, 2017

In the News Today – February 1, 2017

Consumers Worried National Data Privacy Capabilities Lacking: According to a newly released Pew Research Center study “many Americans lack faith in various public and private institutions to protect their personal information from bad actors.” Out of 1,040 adults surveyed, 64 percent reported they have personally experienced a major data breach. (Health IT Security)

TX Governor Calls for Reform to Curb “Abusive” Hailstorm Lawsuits: Texas Governor Greg Abbott called for legal reforms to curb “abusive” hailstorm lawsuits in his State of the State speech given yesterday. “Hail-storm litigation is the newest form of lawsuit abuse [in Texas]. To reduce the economic havoc, I want legislation on my desk that limits abusive hail-storm litigation,” said the Governor. (TX Business Daily

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