New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 11 - INSURANCE
Chapter X - Records
Part 242 - Access To Personal Information
Section 242.10 - Statement of disagreement by data subject

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

(a) If correction or amendment of a record or personal information is denied in whole or in part upon appeal, the determination rendered pursuant to the appeal shall inform the data subject of the right to:

(1) file with the agency a statement of reasonable length setting forth the data subject's reasons for disagreement with the determination;

(2) request that such a statement of disagreement be provided to any person or governmental unit to which the record has been or is disclosed pursuant to paragraph (d), (i) or (l) of subdivision 1 of section 96 of the Public Officers Law.

(b) Upon receipt of a statement of disagreement by a data subject, the agency shall:

(1) clearly note any portions of the record that are disputed; and

(2) attach the data subject's statement as part of the record.

(c) When providing a data subject's statement of disagreement to a person or governmental unit in conjunction with a disclosure made pursuant to paragraph (d), (i) or (l) of subdivision 1 of section 96 of the Public Officers Law, the agency may also include a concise statement of its reasons for not making the requested amendment or correction.

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