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redact

To edit sensitive documents before release to the public. With today's heightened awareness of the legal implications of exposing information, it is common to redact even email messages before sending them.
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Portions of emails that are deemed confidential will be redacted.
Redact, the mount of Ryan Moore, boasts a similar record with wins at Lingfield and Salisbury from his two starts.
The new technology - part of Ocucon's Pixelate service - allows the company to redact a person's whole body from security films.
"By eliminating the need for manual redaction, Blackout users have seen huge reductions in the cost and turnaround time for review, as well as having more confidence that 100% of sensitive information has been redacted," said Steve Ankenbrandt, CEO of Milyli.
Some issuers redacted too much information, Plemons said.
However, requests for the returns must meet strict requirements, and certain information will be redacted from the copies provided.
All that was visible in the redacted entry was the time and date of the arrest.
Finally, the Government always has the option of disclosing redacted versions of previous OLC advice." [Slip op.
Evolution also tags (and untags), redacts, and scales effectively and quickly; LexisNexis works with outside partners and in-house experts to develop effective tagging protocols.
Chao doesn't think Robart will ultimately redact his own ruling, even though it may include discussion of the specific royalty rates.
Redact, B Fifty Two, Hazaz and Zumbi - a rare runner in this race for Sir Michael Stoute - are still in the Qipco 2,000 Guineas.
The courts and attorneys are working to redact personal data identifiers, but the process can be tedious and is affected by a learning curve.