High Tech Crime Legislation


Bills Passed During 2007 Nevada Legislative Session Written By Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto


AB 24 - Revises provisions governing the release of a consumer report by a credit reporting agency.   

 

Bills Passed During 2009 Nevada Legislative Session Written and Supported By Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto


AB 27– revises and clarifies requirements and procedures for obtaining a Nevada identity theft passport

SB 82 – Establishes procedures for identifying certain funds associated with prepaid or stored value cards and authorizes certain contracts to carry out the provisions relating to the identification of such funds.

Bills Submitted by the High Tech Crime Board


SB 223– Revises the provisions relating to certain crimes involving credit cards and debit cards

SB 227– Relates to security of personal information and requires the compliance with certain standards or the use of encryption by data collectors when transferring personal information.

 

Bills Passed During the 2013 Nevada Legislative Session Written or Co-Sponsored By Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto


SB 25     Creates the Unit for the Investigation and Prosecution of Technological Crimes within the Office of the Attorney General

 

    Last reviewed 1/4/2015