41-5610. Records; disclosure; evidentiary effect
A. Records that are submitted to or obtained by the attorney general in administering this chapter are not public records or open for inspection by the public.
B. Records and information that are submitted or obtained pursuant to this chapter may be disclosed to any of the following:
1. State and federal agencies.
2. Representatives of foreign countries that have regulatory or supervisory authority over the activities of the sandbox participant.
3. A federal, state or county grand jury in response to a lawful subpoena.
4. The state auditor general for the purpose of conducting audits authorized by law.
C. The attorney general and any applicable agency consulted by the attorney general pursuant to section 41-5604 are not liable for the disclosure of records, information or data received or obtained pursuant to this chapter.
D. The disclosure pursuant to subsection B of this section of a complaint or the results of an examination, inquiry or investigation of a sandbox participant does not make that information a public record and the sandbox participant or the sandbox participant's holding company may not disclose that information to the general public unless the disclosure is required by law. A sandbox participant or the sandbox participant's holding company may not disclose, use or reference in any form comments, conclusions or results of an examination, inquiry or investigation in any type of communication to a customer or potential customer.
E. This section does not prevent the disclosure of information that is admissible in evidence in a civil or criminal proceeding brought by a state or federal law enforcement agency to enforce or prosecute civil or criminal violations of the law.