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1This Part of this Act is amended as follows.E+W
2The following provisions are omitted—E+W
(a)in section 13 (authorised news publications), subsection (4)(a)(ii) (but not the “or” after it);
(b)in section 16 (prohibiting or restricting publication for the purposes of section 13), subsection (3)(b) (but not the “or” after it);
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(i)in subsection (1), the definition of “sensitive personal information”;
(e)Schedule 2 (list of sensitive personal information).
3In section 16 (prohibiting or restricting publication for purposes of section 13), for subsection (2) there is substituted—E+W
“(2)This subsection applies if the court considers that, despite the fact the publication satisfies Condition 3 in section 13, there is a real risk that in the absence of the prohibition or restriction the publication would—
(i)the safety of any person,
(ii)the welfare of a child or vulnerable adult, or
(iii)the interests of justice in the proceedings in question, or
(b)be an unreasonable infringement of the privacy of any person.”
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