NISA Forces TEPCO Blacked-Out Documents Published With All But Private Information Untouched

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Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency announced it received the operation procedural documents that it had requested twice before, but received largely blacked out documents.

The House of preservation submitted it to the board of directors of the open House of Representatives technology / innovation promotion special committee on the same day, to be inspected.  The experts will have a report completed by the end of the year.

It is said that Tokyo Electric asked House to block half of the contents of the procedure book for non-publication from the viewpoint of anti-nuclear terrorism measure and intellectual property protection, but judges the preservation House if there isn’t the thing which should limit publication about the counterterrorism.

The judge also found the priority was to public interested after the accident, and that TEPCO should not have submitted such heavily redacted documents under such a guise.

Source:, via 東日本大震災 – アサヒ・コム
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