“Panel Votes to Release Probe Records,” The Wall Street Journal, September 29, 2018 A3. House committee votes to release some but not all of the transcripts of testimony given behind closed doors about possible Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Interesting that, as an interviewee, you have no control over what investigators then do with what you said. You don’t “own” that. So, the government “governs” that information, and can ask that it be declassified; you can’t object. But the government can decline to make some of this public, as they did here (testimony of two members or Congress were not in the interviews to be released). Power is an interesting thing.
And, as the public, you have no “right” to that information unless Congress and various intelligence agencies agree.