As reported on the Insurance Recovery Blog, Hunton Andrews Kurth insurance practice head, Walter Andrews, recently commented to the Global Data Review regarding the infirmities underlying an Orlando, Florida federal district court’s ruling that an insurer does not have to defend its insured for damage caused by a third-party data breach.
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On April 28, 2015, the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill (SB 766) that prohibits businesses and government agencies from using drones to conduct surveillance by capturing images of private real property or individuals on such property without valid written consent under circumstances where a reasonable expectation of privacy exists.
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On June 20, 2014, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill that repeals and replaces the state’s existing breach notification statute to cover health information and online account credentials, impose a 30-day notification timing requirement and require notification to the state regulator for breaches affecting 500 or more residents. The amendment took effect on July 1, 2014.
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