redaction

[ ri-dak-shuhn ]
/ rɪˈdæk ʃən /

noun

the editing of text so as to hide or remove confidential or sensitive information:Transcripts of the hearing will be available online once the redaction is completed.
the text or information that has been removed or hidden:Most of the redactions pertain to the privacy interests of the parties, including Social Security numbers, telephone numbers, and home addresses.

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OTHER WORDS FROM redaction

re·dac·tion·al, adjective
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