Archive for Tag: consumer protection

Privacy protections for Internet users strengthened under Webber legislation

TRENTON, N.J. – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Jay Webber requiring companies to inform users of online security breaches was signed into law today. Webber’s measure (S52/A3245) protects consumers by expanding a list of breaches requiring notification to include more online-oriented, but no less important, information, such as user names,...

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Shady moving and storage companies targeted by bill

TRENTON, N.J. – Legislation cracking down on unlicensed moving and storage companies continues to advance, passing the Assembly Appropriations Committee today. The bill (S781/A4884/A3617) increases penalties on illegitimate operators. “Families entrust their movers with a lifetime of possessions, and once that truck is loaded, they are powerless until the...

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