The Florida Public Records Act requires all government agencies to make public any document filed with their office. This includes municipal, county and state agencies.
To form a Florida business, you must file documents with the Florida Department of State. Those documents are available on the DOS website, where anyone can do a business name search and find the documents you filed. Anyone can visit the DOS office and request copies of your business formation documents, annual reports, and any other document you have filed.
The Florida Public Records Act makes your name and address public by allowing anyone access to your business documents. It is illegal for any government agency to deny access to your documents.