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CFPB-2013-061-F Cvr Ltr

CFPB-2013-061-F Cvr Ltr

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Published by: Judicial Watch, Inc. on Jun 03, 2013
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RE: FOIA Request #CFPB-2013-061-FFebruary 6, 2013Ms. Lisette GarciaJudicial Watch425 Third St., SW Suite 800Washington, District of Columbia 20024Dear Ms. Garcia:This letter is in final response to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request dated January7, 2013. Your request sought all records concerning, referring, or relating to Carter Doughtery,Maura Reynolds, or any other individual currently affiliated with Bloomberg from 12/1/2012 tothe present.A search of Offices of External Affairs and the Chief Administrative Officer (Records andFOIA) for documents responsive to your request produced a total of 269 pages that are releasedin part pursuant to Title 5 U.S.C. § 552 (b)(6).
FOIA Exemption 6
exempts from disclosure personnel or medical files and similar files therelease of which would cause a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. This requires a balancing of the public’s right to disclosure against the individual’s right to privacy. The typesof documents and/or information that we have withheld may consist of mobile phone numbers or information belonging to a third party that are considered personal. The privacy interests of theindividuals in the records you have requested outweigh any minimal public interest in disclosureof the information. Any private interest you may have in that information does not factor intothe aforementioned balancing test.You may appeal any of the responses or decisions set forth above. If you choose to file anappeal, you must do so within 45 calendar days from the date of this letter. Your appeal must bein writing, signed by you or your representative, and should contain the rationale for the appeal.You may send your appeal via the mail (address below), email (CFPB_FOIA@cfpb.gov) or fax(1-855-FAX-FOIA (329-3642)).Your appeal should be addressed to:Consumer Financial Protection BureauChief FOIA Officer Freedom of Information Appeal1700 G Street, NWWashington, D.C. 20552

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