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NATSO Expresses Concerns With Draft Data Breach Notification Legislation

March 13, 2018

NATSO Expresses Concerns With Draft Data Breach Notification Legislation

NATSO urged members of the House Committee on Financial Services to continue discussions with stakeholders before moving draft data breach notification legislation to a markup because the draft bill would be less effective than existing law.

NATSO, Trade Associations Press for Uniform Data Breach Law

February 15, 2018

NATSO, Trade Associations Press for Uniform Data Breach Law

NATSO joined trade associations representing more than a million businesses in telling Congress that any new federal law on data breach notification should apply to all industries that handle consumer data.

NATSO Urges Congress to Reject Draft Data Security Bill

December 2, 2016

NATSO Urges Congress to Reject Draft Data Security Bill

NATSO joined nine trade associations representing over 1 million businesses in urging Congress to oppose efforts to impose unfair and burdensome data security and breach notification standards on retailers.

EMV Shift & Truckstops: One Year Later

August 31, 2016

EMV Shift & Truckstops: One Year Later

Truckstop and travel plaza operators along with the entire retail industry are still working to comply with the EMV shift—the move to align credit and debit cards in the United States with proprietary chip technology—that took effect Oct. 1, 2015. Under the new requirements, merchants have to adopt EMV-compliant devices for in-store sales or assume the liability for fraudulent transactions.

Wal-Mart Sues Visa, Wants to Require PINs

May 16, 2016

Wal-Mart Sues Visa, Wants to Require PINs

Wal-Mart has sued credit card company Visa, alleging the company is forcing the retailer to use a less-secure "signature" method for verifying debit cards in order to route transactions through Visa's own networks to boost profits.

December 7, 2015

NATSO Opposes Data Security Legislation

NATSO, joining a diverse coalition of retail groups, will be sending a letter to the House Financial Services Committee this week opposing the recently introduced Data Security Act of 2015 (H.R. 2205). That legislation, which is favored by the banking community, would unnecessarily impose a variety of complicated and expensive obligations on the retail sector.