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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.
There are commercial options available, with software specifically designed for redacting.
Despite privacy and identity theft concerns, the Oklahoma Supreme Court has rescinded a controversial rule closing many online court records and redacting information from court files.
The panel decided to keep releasing them while redacting the names.
The solution melds Kofax's Ascent platform and CSI's IntelliDact redaction software for imaging, processing, indexing and redacting as part of a scanning workflow.
By incorporating and redacting these psalms the Chronicler has given them a n ew setting and a distinctively different meaning.
Even redacting specific references to a company's identity, TEI said, provides inadequate protection.