§ 27-58-10. Confidential customer information.
(a) As used in this section, unless the context requires otherwise:
(1) "Customer" means a person with an investment, security, deposit, trust, or credit relationship with a financial institution; and
(2) "Nonpublic customer information" means information regarding a person that has been derived from a record of a financial institution, including information concerning the terms and conditions of insurance coverage, insurance expirations, insurance claims, or insurance history of an individual. Nonpublic customer information does not include customer names, addresses or telephone numbers.
(b) No financial institution shall use any nonpublic customer information for the purpose of selling or soliciting the purchase of insurance or provide the nonpublic customer information to a third party for the purpose of another's sale or solicitation of the purchase of insurance.
(P.L. 1996, ch. 325, § 1.)