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Big Data Starts to Draw Big Scrutiny From Regulators

Carlton Fields attorneys Ann Young Black and Jamie Bigayer were quoted by Life Annuity Specialist in an article about the use of data from consumer and other non-insurance sources as a life insurance underwriting tool. The article, “Big Data Starts to Draw Big Scrutiny From Regulators,” cited a report by the two attorneys noting that state regulators are taking a closer look at insurers’ use of non-conventional data in underwriting.
Read the attorneys’ report here.


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