Many state governments have been enacting new laws on privacy/information security, and this trend could continue, according to an attorney who has authored a series of books on the subject.

Andrew Serwin, co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s privacy and data security practice group, said that while some new legislation and regulations have come from the federal government, the states are playing an increasingly large role.

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