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By: S.C. Lawyers Weekly staff

November 3, 2021

S.C. Code Ann. § 39-1-90(A) requires a person conducting business in South Carolina and “owning or licensing computerized data or other data that includes personal identifying information” to notify South Carolina residents in the event of a data breach. Because defendant Blackbaud does not “own[] or [license]” data, it is not liable under this provision ...

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