The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Wednesday ordered the immediate unsealing of nearly 2,000 pages of records in the case against Florida billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. The court warned the media and public about the privacy ramifications for those mentioned in the documents.

“We recognize the potential damage to privacy and reputation that may accompany public disclosure of hard‐fought, sensitive litigation,” the opinion said.

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