A general category 1 or category 2 responder1 must not use2 any sensitive information (that is, information the disclosure of which to the public would, or would be likely to, adversely affect national security3 or public safety4 or prejudice the commercial interests of any person5, and information which is personal data6) which it has received7 other than for the purpose of performing the function8 for which, or in connection with which, the information was requested9, and may not publish or disclose to any person any such information so received10.
There are exceptions to these general prohibitions. General responders may disclose
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