The New Hampshire Right to Privacy Act prohibits government officials from obtaining access to customer financial or credit records, or the information they contain, held by financial institutions or creditors without the customer's authorization, an administrative subpoena, a search warrant, or a judicial subpoena (NH Rev. Stat. Sec. 359-C:4 et seq.). The three remedies for violations of the Act are quashing of the subpoena, criminal penalties, and injunctive relief.