Portions of requested records specifying medications, medical diagnoses and treatments administered to public employees, did not pertain to legitimate matters of public concern and their disclosure would be highly offensive to a reasonable person and constitute an invasion of privacy under C.G.S. §1-210(b)(2).
Maurer v. Office of Corporation Counsel, City of Danbury
Freedom of Information Commission
November 12, 2012
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