The act makes it quite clear that where you have information belonging to third parties and they've claimed confidentiality, you have to respect that. For instance, as I explained, private broadcasters file all sorts of information with us, and they claim that the release of it would be harmful to them. On the other hand, we need it in order to see whether our policy works with them and has the desired effect, etc. So we respect their wishes and don't disclose things where they care. It's usually the case, as you know, that we partially but not totally redact a document. They will say that we can leave certain numbers, but that others should be blacked out.
On October 18th, 2011. See this statement in context.