House Bill 25

Government Internet Information Privacy Act Description

HB25 Broadens Scope

Effective May 3, 2004 the Government Internet Information Privacy Act became law. This law expands the requirements beyond state executive branch agencies to state and local governmental entities and across all three branches of government. This policy now encompasses both HB25 and rule R365-5-1 et seq. Where conflicts exist between HB25 and this rule HB25 supersedes. The rule is currently undergoing revision to make it consistent with the new law.

HB25 prevents a state and local governmental entity from collecting personally identifiable information (PII) unless it has a privacy policy statement on its website. The statement must contain the following:

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