Redaction | Quartz

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report on Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election was released today—at least most of it.

The public version has been heavily redacted to conceal information related to confidential grand jury proceedings, classified intelligence material, ongoing investigations, and a few other categories. (A “limited number” of Congress members will be allowed to view a less-redacted version).

The final tally: 953 redacted sections in 448 pages.

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