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JOB security also depends on information security
NewMadridMO.com - Madrid,MO,USA
... if someone throws out a classified printout, you ... on them, shred
these papers rather than ... filling garbage containers with intact
containing passwords ...
PERSONAL data thefts imperil open records
Palm Beach Post - Palm Beach,FL,USA
... The recent spate of security breaches at ChoicePoint and Seisint
Florida's generous Sunshine laws even more vulnerable than they already
DID ChoicePoint End Run Backfire?
Los Angeles Times (subscription) - CA,USA
By Joseph Menn, Times Staff Writers. ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- ChoicePoint Inc.
was created to avoid just the sort of mess in which it now finds itself.
TREND shifts away from open access to records
Columbia Daily Tribune - Columbia,MO,USA
... While many requests are for personal records, and some might be
in the ... could help in the development or use of weapons of mass
and other ...
AUDITS help protect the taxpayers
The Olympian - Olympia,WA,USA
... state laws. -The Department of Labor and Industries destroyed
prior to the approved destruction date. -The Department of ...
IDENTITY theft concerns limit open records
Aberdeen American News - Aberdeen,SD,USA
... the Health Department and marriage licenses from county registers of
deeds. ... information such as Social Security numbers and financial
in criminal ...
NEW study shows open government at stake at state level
Huntington Herald Dispatch - Huntington,WV,USA
... The study ranked states in 30 different categories, including how
they respond to requests, how they handle electronic records and the
Stuff, Fri, 11 Mar 2005 8:26 AM PST
Bill may keep files secret forever
Civil Service chiefs will get the power to keep many government files
forever under a new bill covering Archives New Zealand. Critics say the
leaves ample scope for department bosses to bar public access to
records and archives they can look at at present.
Tri-City Herald Online, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 5:12 AM PST
Court records salvage work continues
HERMISTON -- Salvaged files with charred edges covered sections of
fence as workers at O So Kleen Cleaning and Restoration in Hermiston
with large fans.
Albany Democrat-Herald, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 0:24 AM PST
Linn County lacking in public records audit
In Linn County, officials say that while they are willing to comply
records requests, it's not always as straightforward as handing a file
who walks in off the street.
Nashua Telegraph, Sun, 13 Mar 2005 3:03 AM PST
Electronic access to N.H. court records sparks debate
CONCORD - Cameras in courtrooms. Taking the state Supreme Court on the
pilot project in two New Hampshire counties that lets anyone attend
and neglect hearings, unless a judge thinks thereâ€™s a good reason to
LINN County records aren't easily obtained
Salem Statesman Journal - Salem,OR,USA
... I am a student and a journalist. When asking for public records in
Linn County, my approach was to be as direct and polite as possible. ...
SECRETS of a Fleet Street rubbish man
The Sunday Times - UK
... else before the Freedom of Information Act to promote the sale of
machines. ... for a High Court libel case and passed it with other
to the ...
PUBLIC but private: You have a legal right to some records, but ...
The Gloucester County Times - Woodbury,NJ,USA
... Anybody can ask for them. It's the law. Yet, one municipal clerk
to see a driver's license before complying with a records request. ...
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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