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Recent Examples of redaction from the Web
The redactions are so extensive that even MSU employees’ email addresses that can be easily found on the university’s website were blacked out.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley's office has determined that an agreement between former Gov. Eric Greitens and a prosecutor should be public without redactions.
Sacramento Superior Court Judge Michael Sweet issued the order after a brief hearing Friday afternoon, paving the way for the release of some documents - with redactions - to be made public later in the day.
Not only refusal to make documents available for the committees but the serious redactions have been imposed on the documents that have sent over.
However, information about six cases related to threats against Pruitt were labeled with (b)(7)(a) redactions, indicating that the agency determined revealing information about the case could possibly interfere with law enforcement operations.
The actual invoices, typically released with heavy redactions, were not made available with the spreadsheet because the invoices had not been officially approved, according to records custodian Octavia L. Frias.
Justice has said that the redactions were made to protect ongoing FBI investigations.
Within hours of a police shooting, officials publish video of the incident online, often with limited to no redaction.
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