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S.F. No. 468 - Rideshare and transit customer data (as amended by SCS0468A-1)
Author: Senator Carla J. Nelson
Prepared By: Priyanka Premo, Senate Counsel (651/296-3914)
Date: January 29, 2019


S.F. 468 expands the current law for rideshare and transit customer data classifications to cover all government entities and makes technical changes.

Section 1. Rideshare data. Under current law, only rideshare data collected by the Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Council are classified as private. This section expands current classifications to cover data collected by any government entity administering a rideshare program; adds a nonpublic data classification option; and classifies place of employment, a photograph, and biographical information as either private or nonpublic data.

Sec. 2. Subd. 19. Transit customer data. This section makes current transit customer data classifications applicable to all government entities and adds a nonpublic data classification.

Sec. 3. Subd. 14. Data classification. This is a conforming change deleting a cross-reference to a provision being repealed under section 4 of this bill.

Sec. 4. Repealer. This is a technical change repealing a duplicative section. The same language appears at Minnesota Statutes, section 13.201 (see section 1, rideshare data).

Sec. 5. Effective date. This bill is effective the day following final enactment.


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