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 February 13, 2011  Posted by  Court

The Associated Press reports:

The University of Connecticut is fighting in court to prevent the release of lists naming its supporters, arguing they amount to trade secrets that other institutions could use to lure away Huskies fans’ dollars and loyalties.

Open-records experts say it’s the first time Connecticut’s courts will have to decide whether public entities, not just businesses, can invoke a trade-secret exemption to keep information private – even if it was created at public expense.

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