Should Florida Citizens have an expectation of privacy? What, if any, are the limits for a code inspector to enter a property for inspection?
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Privacy Partners stores and processes Information on servers located in the United States, and adheres to industry-accepted security standards. All Information is encrypted with SSL (Secure Sockets Layering) software before being transmitted. User banking and credit card information is never stored on the Site.
The Site is an internet-based program, and while Privacy Partners takes security precautions to protect the Site and Information, Privacy Partners is not responsible for uninterrupted, error-free use of the Site. The internet is not a secure network and third parties may be able to intercept, access, use or corrupt the information transmitted over the internet. We are not responsible for transmission errors, or corruption, interception or security of Users’ data. The User is responsible for ensuring that the User’s hardware and software is compatible with use of the Site.
Last Updated: 04/06/2022