keep from public view

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For example, Google aggressively defends the right to track us anywhere and everywhere and promotes the value of open information, yet it has worked to keep from public view court documents in such cases as Rosetta Stone LTD v.
Because the information presented in The Big Ripoff came from government sources, corporate documents, and personal interviews, what Tim Carney reports are the sobering facts that politicians and large corporations would prefer to keep from public view.
Unlike Homer, Russell made the choice early in his rehabilitation to keep from public view feelings, especially anger over the oppression of people with disabilities, he came to believe were a practical hindrance to his rehabilitation and to his usefulness as a model for other disabled veterans.