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LIBERI v TAITZ (C.D. CA) - 413 - MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Andrew J. Guilford - 031113276937.413.0

LIBERI v TAITZ (C.D. CA) - 413 - MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Andrew J. Guilford - 031113276937.413.0

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10/18/2011 413 MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Andrew J. Guilford: Order sealing Intelius' Motion to Dismiss, docket No 380. On September 20, 2011, Plaintiffs submitted a letter to this Court asking for leave to file a motion to seal Defendant Intelius filing Docket No. 380-8, RE 409 .The Court ORDERS that the clerks office seal Docket No. 380 in its entirety. Intelius has the option to re-file a redacted version of Docket. No 380 that fully complies with Local Rule 79-5.4. Before filing a redacted version, Intelius must allow Plaintiffs toreview the redacted document and confirm that Local Rule 79-5.4 has been met. (twdb) (Entered: 10/19/2011)
10/18/2011 413 MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Andrew J. Guilford: Order sealing Intelius' Motion to Dismiss, docket No 380. On September 20, 2011, Plaintiffs submitted a letter to this Court asking for leave to file a motion to seal Defendant Intelius filing Docket No. 380-8, RE 409 .The Court ORDERS that the clerks office seal Docket No. 380 in its entirety. Intelius has the option to re-file a redacted version of Docket. No 380 that fully complies with Local Rule 79-5.4. Before filing a redacted version, Intelius must allow Plaintiffs toreview the redacted document and confirm that Local Rule 79-5.4 has been met. (twdb) (Entered: 10/19/2011)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTCENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL
Case No.
SACV 11-0485 AG (AJWx)
DateOctober 18, 2011TitleLISA LIBERI, et al. v. ORLY TAITZ, et al.
CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL
Page 1 of 2
Present: TheHonorableANDREW J. GUILFORDLisa BredahlNot PresentDeputy ClerkCourt Reporter / RecorderTape No.Attorneys Present for Plaintiffs:Attorneys Present for Defendants:
Proceedings: [IN CHAMBERS] ORDER SEALING INTELIUS’ MOTION TODISMISS, DOCKET NO. 380
On September 20, 2011, Plaintiffs submitted a letter to this Court asking for leave to file amotion to seal Defendant Intelius’ filing Docket No. 380-8 (Declaration of BenjaminNelson in Support of Defendant Intelius’ Motion to Dismiss, Ex. 5) (“Exhibit 5”). Intheir letter, Plaintiffs claimed that Exhibit 5 should be sealed because it contained“Plaintiff Lisa Liberi’s full social security number, date of birth, husband’s social securitynumber, date of birth, and other private identifying data.” Despite the fact that Exhibit 5is 30-pages long, Plaintiffs did not bother to identify exactly where the cited problemsoccurred. Defendant argued, and the Court agreed, that the social security numbers inExhibit 5 appeared to be redacted.Sealing documents interferes with the public's right “to inspect and copy public recordsand documents, including judicial records and documents.”
Kamakana v. City & Cnty. of  Honolulu
, 447 F.3d 1172, 1178 (9th Cir. 2006). It also imposes a burden on the clerk’soffice. Thus, parties seeking to seal court documents must establish “compellingreasons” for doing so.
Id.
Plaintiffs’ original broad request did not establish a compelling reason to seal. Plaintiffs
Case 8:11-cv-00485-AG -AJW Document 413 Filed 10/18/11 Page 1 of 2 Page ID#:9691

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