As Congress once again considers measures to create a national standard for notifying consumers in the event of the loss or theft of personal data, the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) continues to call for legislation that will offer protection for consumers without impeding the legitimate exchange of data necessary for electronic commerce.

In a letter sent last week to leaders of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, DMA outlined the principles it supports for any data security legislation.

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