(1) Any person acting without malice, fraudulent intent, or bad faith shall be immune
from any civil liability by virtue of filing reports or furnishing other information
required by Chapter 44 or required by the Director of Insurance under the authority
granted in Chapter 44.
(2) The Director of Insurance or any employee of the Department of Insurance acting
without malice, fraudulent intent, or bad faith shall be immune from any civil liability
by virtue of the publication of any report or bulletin related to the official activities
of the Department of Insurance.
(3) This section shall not abrogate or modify in any way any common-law or statutory
privilege or immunity.
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