In a move to protect privacy and guard against identity theft, the federal bankruptcy court in New Jersey has set up a process for redacting personal information from court transcripts available over the Internet.
Under an order effective on Aug. 31, a party will have five business days after a transcript is filed with the court to file notice of an intention to request redaction.
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