One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a subject or information) not secret or confidential.
- ‘They are able to access all non-confidential information about all UK product license holders through RAMA.’
- ‘Reporters say that without their privilege to refuse to disclose even non-confidential information, based on the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, they cannot do their job.’
- ‘If an employee chooses to file a complaint against her/his employer, she/he is given the choice of a confidential or a non-confidential complaint.’
- ‘However, the non-confidential part says: ‘Also relevant to consider is the health of Ms. Miller's 76-year-old husband.’’
- ‘After all, free speech - our core civil liberty - includes the right to receive public, non-confidential information.’
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