From Social Security numbers to financial information and health records, some of the most sensitive parts of our personal lives are stored on state web servers.
A security breach that exposes this information can leave us vulnerable to identity theft. It also could lead to the modification or destruction of personal data that lets us get a driver's license or business permit, for example.
Florida officials have a responsibility to secure our personal information. But open government advocates are questioning whether state officials may be going too far under a bill filed by Florida Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla. Continue…