this is from the news story about the recent high speed train crash in Spain.
The driver has access to two phones: one fixed in the driver's cabin and the other a cellphone. She said there is no contact by computer in the form of emails or messages. She spoke on condition of anonymity in accordance with the rules of her job
I have usually seen something like - 'spoke on condition of anonymity because s/he was not authorized to speak..', or 'spoke on condition of anonymity citing the sensitivity of the issue', and so on. This is the first time I read the above sentence (in red). I think she is not authorized to speak, but from the English meaning point of view, does the sentence also mean - 'she can speak anonymously?'