Emerging Issues: Ohio Domestic Privacy Profile for Bloomberg Law

Ulmer attorneys Frances Floriano Goins and Michael Davis Hoenig recently updated the Ohio Domestic Privacy Profile for “Bloomberg Law: Privacy & Data Security.” In the update, the attorneys discuss emerging issues including recent legislation like SB 194, which was passed by the Ohio Senate in December 2019 to protect Ohio elections from foreign interference by placing Ohio’s voter registration systems under the control of the newly-renamed Board of Voting System Examiners and requiring all voter registrations systems to meet security and integrity standards adopted by the state. The bill awaits passage in the Ohio House. The updates also add detail regarding SB 52, which includes several significant provisions for the protection of Ohio government and business information systems.

To access the full Ohio Profile authored and updated by Goins and Hoenig, please click here.