During the past two years, the government has posted online tens of thousands of safety-related reports about a range of products — from kitchen appliances, strollers and sports gear to window coverings, toys and televisions.

But there’s one incident report — perhaps among others — that will never make it onto the SaferProducts.gov database. A manufacturer, identified only as Company Doe in redacted court papers, blocked the Consumer Product Safety Commission from publishing the information.

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