A person's “right to privacy,” “right of privacy,” “privacy,” or “personal privacy,”
as these terms are used in this chapter, is invaded or violated only if disclosure
of information about the person: (1) Would be highly offensive to a reasonable person,
and (2) is not of legitimate concern to the public. The provisions of this chapter dealing with the right to privacy in certain public
records do not create any right of privacy beyond those rights that are specified
in this chapter as express exemptions from the public's right to inspect, examine,
or copy public records.
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