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Minnesota Plastic Card Security Act

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LAST UPDATED: June 2019

Minnesota’s ‘Access devices Act’ (a.k.a. ‘Plastic Card Security Act’) states that any company that is breached and is found to have been storing “prohibited” PCI data (e.g., magnetic stripe , CVV codes, track data etc) is required to reimburse banks and other entities for costs associated with blocking and reissuing cards.

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