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  1. #1 Privacy Lawsuit to Cost Fla. $10.4 Mil. 
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    Central Florida
    TALLAHASSEE | Facing a $3.5 billion deficit next year, Florida desperately needs all the money it can get. But millions more will disappear because the state has settled a lawsuit that affects millions of motorists.
    The Legislature will spend $10.4 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over allegations that the state illegally sold drivers' personal information to marketing firms over a four-year period in violation of a federal law barring the practice. The state made $27 million each year on the deal, according to the lawsuit.

    The settlement to drivers?


    Drivers who held a license, car registration or state-issued ID from June 1, 2000, through Sept. 30, 2004, will get a one-time credit of $1 when they register or renew a registration between July 1, 2009, and June 30, 2010.



    Of course the 5 layers who worked the case get $2.85mil...drivers whose info was sold? A $1 credit when they renew their next registration!
    Last edited by Phillygirl; 01-17-2009 at 10:58 AM.
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