Nev. Rev. Stat. § 205.4617
TITLE 15. CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS.
CHAPTER 205. CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY.
UNLAWFUL ACTS REGARDING PERSONAL IDENTIFYING INFORMATION
205.4617. "Personal identifying information" defined.
1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, "personal identifying information" means any information designed, commonly used or capable of being used, alone or in conjunction with any other information, to identify a living or deceased person or to identify the actions taken, communications made or received by, or other activities or transactions of a living or deceased person, including, without limitation:
(a) The current or former name, driver's license number, identification card number, social security number, checking account number, savings account number, credit card number, debit card number, financial services account number, date of birth, place of employment and maiden name of the mother of a person.
(b) The unique biometric data of a person, including, without limitation, the fingerprints, facial scan identifiers, voiceprint, retina image and iris image of a person.
(c) The electronic signature, unique electronic identification number, address or routing code, telecommunication identifying information or access device of a person.
(d) The personal identification number or password of a person.
(e) The alien registration number, government passport number, employer identification number, taxpayer identification number, Medicaid account number, food stamp account number, medical identification number or health insurance identification number of a person.
(f) The number of any professional, occupational, recreational or governmental license, certificate, permit or membership of a person.
(g) The number, code or other identifying information of a person who receives medical treatment as part of a confidential clinical trial or study, who participates in a confidential clinical trial or study involving the use of prescription drugs or who participates in any other confidential medical, psychological or behavioral experiment, study or trial.
(h) The utility account number of a person.
2. To the extent that any information listed in subsection 1 is designed, commonly used or capable of being used, alone or in conjunction with any other information, to identify an artificial person, "personal identifying information" includes information pertaining to an artificial person.
Current through: 2017