(b) The department may disclose information made confidential and exempt under this section only:
1. To the injured employee, to the spouse or a dependent of the deceased employee, to the spouse or a dependent of the injured employee if authorized by the injured employee, or to the legal representative of the deceased employee’s estate;
2. To a party litigant, or his or her authorized representative, in matters pending before the Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims;
3. To a carrier or an employer for the purpose of investigating the compensability of a claim or for the purpose of administering its anti-fraud investigative unit established pursuant to s. 626.9891;
4. In an aggregate reporting format that does not reveal the personal identifying information of any employee;
5. Pursuant to a court order or subpoena;
6. To an agency for administering its anti-fraud investigative function or in the furtherance of the agency’s official duties and responsibilities; or
7. To a federal governmental entity in the furtherance of the entity’s official duties and responsibilities.
A carrier, employer, agency, or governmental entity receiving personal identifying information from the department shall maintain the confidential and exempt status of the information.