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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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25 ( ANI ): The US House Intelligence Committee has released a classified Democratic memo in redacted form that counters Republicans' claims that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) abused government surveillance powers in its Russia probe.
Talinda claims that she asked the sensitive information to be redacted from the report, and was only given to detectives to help with the case.
Mr Cairns told MPs yesterday: "In light of Gordon Anglesea's death there is no reason for his name to continue to be redacted, except where there is any risk that victims, witnesses or other individuals might be identified.
I think there were a lot of documents that were redacted inappropriately.
Defra has now been forced by the Information Commissioner to publish the document in full, and it reveals that potential negative impacts of the controversial process of fracking were redacted.
The former Lib Dem councillor received three pages of intelligence reports from the Met - but they were heavily redacted and only four sentences were visible.
Assessments of the impacts on house prices and local services were heavily redacted in the draft report.
Several of the busiest locations were not released by police because they are not regularly visited by members of the public, like privately owned homes, which were redacted in the list given to the Telegraph.
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.
Portsmouth City Council, where Hancock is a councillor, opposed the application for full disclosure of the report - a redacted version of which has already been leaked to the public.