(205 ILCS 657/70)
Confidentiality of data.
(a) Reports of investigation and examination, other reports rendered
under this Act, and correspondence and memoranda concerning or arising
out of an investigation, examination, or report, including any copies
thereof, in the possession of the Director shall be confidential
communications, shall not be subject to disclosure under the Freedom of
Information Act, and shall not be made public unless the Director finds that
the ends of justice and the public advantage will be served by the disclosure.
Upon such finding, the Director may disclose, in whole or in part, any report
material referred to in this Section in the manner he
(b) The Director may release any of the information described in subsection
(a) to any agency of this
State, another state, or the United States when he finds that the ends of
justice and the public advantage will be served by the disclosure,
provided that the receiving agency has confidentiality procedures
comparable to those contained in this Act.
(c) The Director may release to the public a list of licensees and
aggregated financial data for the licensees.
(Source: P.A. 88-643, eff. 1-1-95.)