(2) The advisory committee may adopt regulations regarding media access and the recording of open disciplinary hearings subject to approval by this Court.
(3) A written admonition becomes public upon its acceptance.
(4) Upon the filing of an information in this Court, whether as an initial matter or after proceedings before a disciplinary hearing panel, all materials filed in connection with the information are public unless otherwise ordered by this Court or protected by a protective order issued pursuant to Rule 5.31(c).
(5) All social security numbers and financial account numbers shall be redacted from any materials that are public except for the last four digits of such numbers.
(6) The following aspects of otherwise public proceedings shall remain confidential:
(B) Deliberations of and work product prepared by the chief disciplinary counsel, the chief disciplinary counsel’s staff, the advisory committee, and the regional disciplinary committees.
(2) A protective order may prohibit the disclosure of specific information and direct that the proceedings be conducted so as to implement the order including, but not limited to, an order that the hearing be conducted in such a way as to preserve the confidentiality of the information that is the subject of the application.
(3) Special consideration shall be given to an application for a protective order regarding information that is confidential or privileged by operation of law.
(4) When good cause is shown and a protective order is necessary, the order should be written as narrowly as is practicably feasible.
(5) Once issued, a protective order is effective throughout the disciplinary proceeding, including disposition by this Court if the matter is reviewed by this Court, but is subject to withdrawal or modification.