or985 (V) An individual’s health insurance policy number or 986 subscriber identification number and any unique identifier used 987 by a health insurer to identify the individual; 988 (VI) An individual’s biometric information or genetic 989 information as defined in s. 501.173(2); or 990 (VII) Any information regarding an individual’s 991 geolocation. 992 b. A user name or e-mail address, in combination with a 993 password or security question and answer that would permit 994 access to an online account. 995 2. The term does not include information about an 996 individual that has been made publicly available by a federal, 997 state, or local governmental entity. The term also does not 998 include information that is encrypted, secured, or modified by 999 any other method or technology that removes elements that 1000 personally identify an individual or that otherwise renders the 1001 information unusable. 1002 Section 4. Subsection (1) of section 16.53, Florida 1003 Statutes, is amended, and subsection (8) is added to that 1004 section, to read: 1005 16.53 Legal Affairs Revolving Trust Fund.— 1006 (1) There is created in the State Treasury the Legal 1007 Affairs Revolving Trust Fund, from which the Legislature may 1008 appropriate funds for the purpose of funding investigation, 1009 prosecution, and enforcement by the Attorney General of the 1010 provisions of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization 1011 Act, the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, the 1012 Florida False Claims Act, orstate or federal antitrust laws, or 1013 s. 501.173. 1014 (8) All moneys recovered by the Attorney General for 1015 attorney fees, costs, and penalties in an action for a violation 1016 of s. 501.173 must be deposited in the fund. 1017 Section 5. This act shall take effect July 1, 2023.