If one wanted to get more granular, there are many other disposition alternatives, e.g.:
- Retain as template (hopefully, redacting discoverable specifics);
- Donate to historical collection outside of the organization (i.e., museum, library).
I'm sure that my listserv colleagues can come up with other examples.
It seems to me that moving e-content outside of your country's immediate jurisdiction wouldn't relieve you of any responsibilities for production during discovery. Would a judge look kindly on, "Gee, your honor, I would have provided this data but it's on a server in another country."?
Just one woman's opinion.
Pilar C. McAdam, CRM
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