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Law: Please note this State does not have a general privacy law in effect, you can visit USA State Law Tracker to monitor the progress of US State bills.

Regulator: The Missouri Attorney General ('AG')

Summary: There is no constitutional right to privacy in Missouri, however, the right has been recognised by State Courts and individuals can sue for invasion of privacy. In addition, there is a requirement to notify data breaches under §407.1500 of Title XXVI of the Missouri Revised Statutes following discovery or notification of a breach. Notification must be provided without undue delay to consumers or to the AG, if the breach involves the information of more than 1,000 Missouri residents and must be provided in writing, in electronic form, or by telephone. Finally, State legislation includes additional rules on communications, credit cards, and health information.