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Minnesota Plastic Card Security Act

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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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