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The Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“OIG”), while auditing the Transitional Sheltering Assistance (“TSA”) program of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”), has determined that FEMA violated the Privacy Act of 1974 and Department of Homeland Security policy by releasing personally identifiable information (“PII”) and sensitive personally identifiable information (“SPII”) of 2.3 million survivors of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria and the California wildfires in 2017.

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Steven A. Meyerowitz

Steven A. Meyerowitz, a Harvard Law School graduate, is the founder and president of Meyerowitz Communications Inc., a law firm marketing communications consulting company. Mr. Meyerowitz is the Director of the Insurance Coverage Law Center and editor-in-chief of journals on insurance law, banking law, bankruptcy law, energy law, government contracting law, and privacy and cybersecurity law, among other subjects. He may be contacted at smeyerowitz@meyerowitzcommunications.com.

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