. Charges against Rebekah Jones, former Florida COVID-19 data scientist, to be dismissed in plea deal « JO LEE MAGAZINE

USA TODAY – Jones, a former Florida Department of Health employee who created the state’s COVID-19 portal, was charged with accessing a state computer system without authorization. As part of the plea deal, Jones said she admitted to having a health department roster on her computer and agreed to pay $20,000 for the cost of a police investigation. The agreement delays prosecution for two years and includes six conditions, including paying $20,000 to reimburse the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for its investigation costs and admitting guilt.

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