The Freedom of Information Act is a United States law that authorizes individuals or entities to request documents, information, and recordings from federal, state, or local agencies and departments without prior notification or a public hearing. (The freedom of information laws are in Article I, section 8 of the United States Constitution and in Article I, section 7 of the Amendments to the Constitution.) The act was passed into law in 1966.

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