2010 Florida Statutes
Civil right of action for communicating the identity of a sexual crime victim.
Civil right of action for communicating the identity of a sexual crime victim.—
An entity or individual who communicates to others, prior to open judicial proceedings, the name, address, or other specific identifying information concerning the victim of any sexual offense under this chapter or chapter 800 shall be liable to that victim for all damages reasonably necessary to compensate the victim for any injuries suffered as a result of such communication.
The victim shall not be able to maintain a cause of action unless he or she is able to show that such communication was intentional and was done with reckless disregard for the highly offensive nature of the publication.
s. 7, ch. 95-207.