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    What Makes Florida's New Data Breach Law Unique

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    Ted Augustinos, a member of the steering committee of Edwards Wildman’s privacy and data protection group and a partner in the firm’s Hartford office, and Tom Smedinghoff, a member of Edwards Wildman’s privacy and data protection group and a partner in the firm’s Chicago office, wrote an article about how the combination of changes to the Florida data breach law are significant and incorporate not only new deadlines, but also additional compliance and disclosure features, in Law360. In the article, "

    What Makes Florida's New Data Breach Law Unique," the authors discussed that while some of these elements are present in other state laws, Florida has a unique configuration and arguably has leapfrogged above other states in the requirements to provide notice of data breaches.

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