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US Courts Seeking Comment on Possible Web Restriction of Plea Agreements

From a US Courts news release:

The federal Judiciary is seeking comment on the privacy and security implications related to public Internet access to certain documents in criminal case files...

The committee is interested in comments on a proposal to restrict public Internet access to plea agreements in criminal cases, which may contain information identifying defendants who are cooperating with law enforcement investigations.

See the full news release for information on how to submit comments.