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March 30, 2014 12:00 AM

City says unintended data release could cost Click

More than a year ago, a Pierce County Superior Court judge said the public could not know how much money a city-owned cable network pays broadcasters because the charges are trade secrets. Despite the court order stemming from that ruling, the city of Tacoma inadvertently released the details of Click’s payments to those broadcasters to a for-profit Florida company three times during the past year.

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