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In a recent ruling, Argentina’s Federal Administrative Court of Appeals recognized that public agencies may abstain from providing sensitive data when faced with public requests for information. Diego Fernandez writes for Privacy Tracker about the details of the case, which stemmed from the Association of State Workers’ request that the Ministry of Modernization provide it certain information on employment and salaries from the national public sector’s database. “The court’s decision is relevant because it recognizes that the right to access public information can be limited” under certain circumstances, Fernandez writes.
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