Given the request and the brief Roman filed, do either of you have thoughts on how to rule? I would say no. Someone does not cease to be accountable to the region simply because their term expired, and so long as their original posts were made in their capacity as a government official, they remain governmental in nature. This, I would argue, depends on the nature of the information. If it is the Executive branch gossiping about, say, the performance of the court, then that is governmental and not private in nature. If it is personal information about a government official, though, then I would say that that is exempt. Or, if it is a private message sent from someone who happens to be a government official but who is sending it to a member of the executive in their capacity as a concerned citizen. Again, I think that depends on the nature of the information. If it's "this is the delegate's street address and telephone number" then yes, it's exempt, but if it's related to in-game stuff I don't think it necessarily is. So that's what I'm thinking we rule - and perhaps include in our ruling that the delegate can submit specific instances to the court in private, and we will give a ruling on whether it is exempt or not?