Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press has won an case it brought against the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) on behalf of reporter Dylan Tokar. DOJ tried to withhold, among other things, the names of those nominated by companies to be their corporate compliance monitors. DOJ, who gets to pick the actual monitor, withheld the names of the nominees pursuant to Exemptions 6 and 7(C). However, the Court found that while there was a privacy interest in the names of these individuals they were outweighed by the public interest in the release of the information. It's an interesting opinion - it also delves into an agency's duty to liberally construe a FOIA request (here the DOJ tried to argue that it the narrowed request sought information not documents but the Court would have none of that argument.) The opinion can be found here.