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Privacy Doesn’t Shield Names of Political Appointees

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· Story link The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, in a case involving the release of the names of reserve sheriff’s…

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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, in a case involving the release of the names of reserve sheriff’s deputies, said that any “any constitutional protection of individual privacy does not insulate the disclosure of the names and addresses of those who have applied to, and been appointed by, a public official, regardless of the scope of their subsequent responsibilities.” (3/11/05)