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Converting Government Paper to Electronic Records

What government papers can be safely transferred to electronic documents? And what should be done with the original papers after the conversion? These questions were perplexing when computers first invaded government offices; they're not much easier to answer today. The Law Librarian Blog has a good summary of some of the issues raised by a recent article called, "The Historical and Legal Underpinnings of Access to Public Documents," 102 LLJ 613 (2010) in the Law Library Journal.

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