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Q: What 'processing' is necessary? Specifically, the redaction of nondisclosable information and, like any editing task, it requires a subject matter expert reading and understanding every page to make certain that nondisclosable information is not revealed. Note that under § 20.22 (b) there must be an indication of "the amount of information deleted&...


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Several principles are interacting here: The public has an interest in transparency of government processes and documentation. This is generally considered legitimate, with the usual broad exceptions of individual privacy, national security, and so on. A company has an interest to keep internal documents secret to protect their 'intellectual property' and ...


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While this is pending before the courts, it's worth noting the moving parts here The Federal government has little direct emergency power over a health crisis Many people are aware about Federal agencies like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA; regulates drugs) and the Centers for Disease Control(CDC; studies and helps prevent the spread of diseases). It ...


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