Law: Please note this State does not have a general privacy law in effect, you can visit our US State Law Tracker to monitor the progress of US State bills.
Regulator: The Hawaii Attorney General ('AG')
Summary: In Hawaii, the State Constitution expressly recognises a right to privacy. Notably, under State law, a person may be found guilty of an invasion of privacy violation in the first or second degree, though these provisions are more akin to the tort of invasions of privacy than more modern privacy protections. Similar to other US States, Hawaii establishes requirements associated with breach notification to residents in §487N-1 et seq. of the Hawaii Revised Statutes as well as protections for health data in §622-57 of Chapter 622 of Title 33 of the Haw. Rev. Stat..