Privacy Law Handcuffs Police Fatality Info

Privacy Law Handcuffs Police Fatality Info

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City police, in what's believed to be a first, will not be releasing the name of a man killed in a car accident. Under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, a person who is dead has an expected right to his privacy for 25 years.

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