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Part I of this article offers two examples-predicated on historical fact-that illustrate the possible adverse consequences of disclosure of confidential government information. Part I also examines present statutory and regulatory safeguards against such disclosure and analyzes their effect. Part II sets forth a proposal for reducing the possibility that confidential government information will be improperly used and for recouping government losses by means of a citizens' action. when it is so used.
Joseph J. Kalo,
Deterring Misuse of Confidential Government Information: A Proposed Citizens' Action,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol72/iss8/3