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November 13, 2017

DoJ Suffers Major Defeat in Qui Tam Intervention

Ohio Senate Bill 220 would create an evolving standard for business cybersecurity programs, meaning that business liability for a data breach would be determined by a judge on a case-by-case basis. This stands in contrast to similar laws in other states, which often require a specific set of minimum security measures that a business must take in order to qualify for safe harbor from litigation. (National Law Review)

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