Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 50. Competitive Practices, Regulation of Competition, and Consumer Protection
Section 521. When Information and Evidence Confidential and Nonadmissible.
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AS 45.50.521. When Information and Evidence Confidential and Nonadmissible.

(a) [Repealed by Sec. 6 ch 53 SLA 1974].

(b) Subject to the provisions of AS 45.50.501 (a), the attorney general may not make public the name of a person alleged to have committed an act or practice declared unlawful in AS 45.50.471 during an investigation conducted by the attorney general under AS 45.50.471 - 45.50.561, nor are the records of investigation or intelligence information of the attorney general obtained under AS 45.50.471 - 45.50.561 considered public records available for inspection by the general public. However, the attorney general is not prevented from issuing public statements describing or warning of a course of conduct or a conspiracy that constitutes or will constitute an unlawful act or practice, whether on a local, state, regional, or national basis.

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