Can a court hide information which is not prohibited from public access?
KB article ID:5600
Yes. YThe rules of what is shown via electronic access are up to each local court.
Each circuit court that wishes to provide electronic access to the court records maintained by any clerk of court within its jurisdiction must adopt a local rule or administrative order for electronic access. [Cnv custom URL 5700]
The Supreme Court's electronic access policy is the key. Section 4.3 para. (c) of that policy (on p. 5) lays out the local court's right to make privacy restrictions beyond those specifically spelled out by the policy:
Information not covered in subsections (a) and (b) may be excluded from public access in electronic form by local rule.