Yes it does. It prohibits releasing names of permit holders except to LEO agencies for legitimate purposes, such as checking status of permits, and if need for any actions in a court of law where it may be relevant. NO "Freedom of information" crap for newspapers.
Page 33, section 12
(12) MAINTENANCE, USE, AND PUBLICATION OF RECORDS BY THE DEPARTMENT. (a) The
department shall maintain a computerized record listing the names and the
information specified in sub. (2m) (b) of all individuals who have been issued a license
under this section. Subject to par. (b) 1. b., neither the department nor any employee
of the department may store, maintain, format, sort, or access the information in any
way other than by the names, dates of birth, or sex of licensees or by the identification
numbers assigned to licensees under sub. (2m) (b) 6.
(b) 1. A law enforcement officer may not request or be provided information
under par. (a) concerning a specific licensee except for one of the following purposes:
a. To confirm that a license produced by an individual at the request of a law
enforcement officer is valid.
b. If an individual is carrying a concealed weapon and claims to hold a valid
license issued under this section but does not have his or her license document, to
confirm that the individual holds a valid license under this section.
c. To investigate whether an individual submitted an intentionally false
statement under sub. (7) (b) or (15) (b) 2.
d. To investigate whether an individual complied with sub. (14) (b) 3.
2. A person who is a law enforcement officer in a state other than Wisconsin
may request and be provided information under subd. 1. a. and b.
(c) Notwithstanding s. 19.35, the department of justice, the department of
transportation, or any employee of either department may not make information
obtained under this section available to the public except in the context of a
prosecution for an offense in which the personís status as a licensee is relevant or
through a report created under sub. (19).