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PersnlRspnsblity207723 karma

Privately document assaults? Why? Don't you want to expose the assailants?

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The STOCK Act made this information available to the public, until it was modified without dissent, changing the reporting from a website to a department within the Library of Congress. If any of this is incorrect I apologize, I'm going from memory here.

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Very cool. Good luck!

Edit: not sure why they deleted the comment, it was explaining that the reports are scanned into a database that is not searchable and often reports are handwritten making it even more difficult

They also said they are trying to solve these issues

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I think this is the concern with making this info public. It would be like knowing Bill Gates' portfolio, every stock he bought would see a big jump as everyone jumps on the bandwagon.