not private

See: open, public
References in classic literature ?
He would utter opinions on all passing affairs, which being seen to be not private but necessary, would sink like darts into the ear of men and put them in fear.
Rabourdin, on the contrary, protected the clerks against their creditors, and turned the latter away, saying that the government bureaus were open for public business, not private.
At present, in this vicinity, the best part of the land is not private property; the landscape is not owned, and the walker enjoys comparative freedom.
The Committee further observed that the incumbent government had only four months left in office and as such it should not private PIA .
But it is time to apply lessons learned and renew the public sector in a way that reaps dividends for taxpayers, not private business.
We are a bar, not private investigators or professional perverts.
The bar refused the request and, in a tongue-in-cheek post, the bar responded publicly, saying: "For anybody else considering offering us cash to casually stalk their partners, we are a bar, not private investigators or professional perverts.
He also claims that the image was not private and the woman involved was pleased with it and put the screenshot onto his phone.
There are also penalties for councils and public sector organisations who sit on unused land but not private landowners.
Scottish Green MSP John Finnie said: "These are vital transport links and are best served through a company whose focus is public service, not private profit.
The lawsuit says the project is not private development as the pipeline will serve people beyond the Pinelands.
We've put issues of fairness, of running services for public need, not private greed, back on the agenda, whether it's tackling the big energy companies or keeping CalMac public.