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What information can be redacted?
What Is Document Redaction? Otherwise known as document sanitizing, redaction is the process of blacking out or removing any sensitive information from a document so it can be used and distributed, but still protect confidential information too.
What information should be redacted?
Sensitive information that could be used to commit fraud or expose private information should be redacted. The following list is a general guide: Social security numbers. Driver's license or professional license numbers.
What personal information should be redacted?
Legal Requirements Rule 5.2(a), titled Redacted Filings, provides that filings can only include the last four digits of a Social Security or tax ID number, the year of an individual's birth, a minor's initials or the last four digits of a financial account number.
Why are documents redacted?
Redaction, sometimes called sanitization or data anonymization, is the process of removing confidential or sensitive information from a document to protect that information. When documents are redacted, they can be used or published by a wider audience than originally intended without compromising confidentiality.
What is redaction process?
Redaction Defined Redaction is the task of rendering passages in a document illegible because those passages are confidential or otherwise exempt from disclosure. The process to redact passages from a printed document is to obscure the text or images with a dark permanent marker.
Why is information redacted?
Redaction in its sanitization sense (as distinguished from its other editing sense) is the blacking out or deletion of text in a document, or the result of such an effort. It is intended to allow the selective disclosure of information in a document while keeping other parts of the document secret.
What does a redacted report mean?
Redaction is a form of editing in which multiple sources of texts are combined (redacted) and altered slightly to make a single document. For example, originally classified documents released under freedom of information legislation may have sensitive information redacted in this way.
Why are police reports redacted?
The police report you request may have information redacted to comply with legal restrictions on the release of certain information, e.g. regarding juvenile offenders or sexual assault victims, or to prevent an investigation or prosecution from being compromised by the release of other confidential information.
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