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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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The Civil Service Commission (CSC) also said the SALN was not covered by the Data Privacy Act and thus public officials could not use the excuse of privacy in shading out or redacting some items like the amount of properties.
Applicants must submit a fully completed original and one copy of the application, along with one electronic copy and one electronic redacted copy (redacting any exempt information under Florida law), which must be delivered to Schroth no later than 4:30 p.m., December 5.
"People are suspicious about this already, and redacting the report is only going to make them more suspicious that something is being covered up.
"It is the parties' own responsibility to redact adequately the information they consider confidential in the non-confidential versions of the documents they submit to the Commission and to use sufficiently robust IT software versions for redacting sensitive information.