• Freedom of Information Commission
  • FIC 2012-721
  • Nov 13 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Freedom of Information Commission
In Kureczka v. Freedom of Information Commission, the 1994 Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that the Freedom of Information Commission "cannot be barred from ordering disclosure of information that it has otherwise properly found not to constitute an invasion of privacy simply because of the erroneous determination by a government agency that such information should be confidential and its representations to that effect."

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