The following data created, collected and maintained by the Office of the Attorney General are private data on individuals:
(a) the record, including but not limited to, the transcript and exhibits of all disciplinary proceedings held by a state agency, board or commission, except in those instances where there is a public hearing;
(b) communications and noninvestigative files regarding administrative or policy matters which do not evidence final public actions;
(c) consumer complaint data, other than those data classified as confidential, including consumers' complaints against businesses and follow-up investigative materials;
(d) investigative data, obtained in anticipation of, or in connection with litigation or an administrative proceeding where the investigation is not currently active; and
(e) data collected by the Consumer Division of the Attorney General's Office in its administration of the home protection hot line including: the name, address, and phone number of the consumer; the name and address of the mortgage company; the total amount of the mortgage; the amount of money needed to bring the delinquent mortgage current; the consumer's place of employment; the consumer's total family income; and the history of attempts made by the consumer to renegotiate a delinquent mortgage.
The following data created, collected and maintained by the Office of the Attorney General are confidential, pursuant to section 13.02, subdivision 3: data acquired through communications made in official confidence to members of the attorney general's staff where the public interest would suffer by disclosure of the data.