Recent Examples of redact from the web
But there is a responsible tradition of redacting potentially harmful private information.
Clumsily redacting the 911 transcript—and continuing to withhold details of what was said in the other calls—is inexplicable.
The F.B.I. at first released a transcript redacted to avoid mentioning the Islamic State and Mr. Baghdadi by name, which officials described as an effort not to play into the group’s propaganda.
The question afterward, from Ms. Sonmez of The Journal, about the queen, was redacted from the official transcript.
The State Department, unlike some other federal agencies, does not have the authority to redact that category of information even if it is required to release documents under the Freedom of Information Act.
The caller to DFCS, whose identity was redacted from the document, suggested Patterson was putting her children and others at risk by driving them home from school while intoxicated.
Some of the conversations, released in response to a request by the BBC, were redacted according to exceptions in federal law.
His interview with the Jesuit publication America contained one assertion so loaded with potential consequence that the Jesuits themselves may have redacted it.
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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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