Recent Examples of redact from the Web
When asked what kind, his answer was redacted from the video tape.
Questions have been raised -- including by Republicans on the committee -- about why those names weren’t redacted and were distributed between intelligence agencies during the transition period between the two presidential administrations.
Their names are normally redacted in intelligence reports.
The 15 new hours of footage given to the Orlando Sentinel through a public records request initially made nearly a year ago was redacted, and none of the people who died that night are shown.
In fact, OVG initially tried to include all funding details for public consumption when its Request For Proposals (RFP) response was released last month, but the City of Seattle redacted it because the documents contained private info.
The portion of the UC report that was not redacted contains an overview of the May 11, 2016, incident in Room 538 of Sequoia Hall.
White responded, saying that the series would allow the Archdiocese to redact any personal info on the records, and would still welcome the release of any documents.
Browder and his associates tried to protect Perepilichny’s identity by redacting details in court documents.
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Origin and Etymology of redact
Middle English, from Latin redactus, past participle of redigere
First Known Use: 15th century
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