The last I had heard, the EC policy (on all cases) was to ask that a measure of confidentiality still be maintained on the basis that a copy of the judgment be distributed only to parties with an interest in the matter and not generally, though if a need exists to publicize a particular judgment more widely, the permission of the Ethics Commission may be obtained. I'm not quite sure how I ended up with a copy really, I think I was put on Levy's CC list back in 2013 when he received the original EC email -- with it being unclear what the complaint was, I was asked to be some sort of "technical advisor" if this was needed (which it was not in the end). It was, however, a bit funny to be CC'd on some things where internal FIDE emails were copied, and the rather derogatory way they referred to the "Robot Tournament"... Anyway, if Banned For Life (Alan Sassler) has seen the Judgement I would guess that "parties with an interest" is sufficiently broad to include just about anyone, and of course the EC has no power to enforce its policy in any event, so one should certainly expect the whole judgement to be leaked when it is sufficiently convenient (cf. private Panel discussions, etc.).
The "matter of public record" part of the the Judgement is the following:
The EC unanimously rules that:
- The EC has competence on the complaint submitted by Mr Rajlich against the ICGA, a FIDE affiliated organisation, for an alleged violation of FIDE Code of Ethics, but has no appeal competence on the decisions of the ICGA.
- By carrying out proceedings against Mr Rajlich for an alleged violation of ICGA tournament rules and by deciding to disqualify Mr Rajlich from the World Computer Chess Championships 2006/2010, the ICGA has not violated the FIDE Code of Ethics, nor any other FIDE rule or general principle of law.
- Otherwise, by imposing a lifetime ban as a sanction against Mr Rajlich, in absence of a clear statutory basis and without sufficient procedural guarantees for Mr Rajlich, the ICGA did not act in accordance with FIDE rules, this way violating par. 2.2 and 2.2.10 of the FIDE Code of Ethics.
- ICGA has to be sanctioned with a warning and has to be invited to modify their statutes in accordance with FIDE principles and rules.
- A written motivation of the decision will be communicated to the parties by the FIDE Secretariat.