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Was E-Mail a Mistake? From the New Yorker

A narrative dive into pre and post e-mail in the workplace.

OK to Deny FOIA Request for Nonexistent Records via JD SUPRA

In a recent decision, the Illinois Appellate Court held that the nonexistence of requested documents is an affirmative defense to a complaint...

Facebook has a new “Clear History” feature to control how data is used for...

Check out the Tech Crunch article here.

i-SIGMA (PRISM/NAID) releases 2019 Buyers Guide

i-SIGMA releases their annual buyers guide to aid with information destruction and shredding solutions. Check it out!

E-Discovery and the Importance of Having a Records Retention Program that Includes Electronic Records...

Zasio's blog about E-Discovery explains sources of data that is discoverable. Check out their post here and how their software can...

ARMA Announces: Preferred Solutions Provider Accreditation for 2020

ARMA's new accreditation is designed for vendors and will be launched in 2020. Highlights of the accreditation...

Deleted ESI Doesn’t Automatically Mean Sanctions: Two Recent Cases Highlight the Spoliation Thresholds in...

Two cases about no sanctions involving deleted ESI from JD Supra. Click the source to read more.

The Importance of Shredding Paper Documents in the Workplace via Security Magazine

What seems like common sense isn't so common sometimes. This article is a great to show employees. From...

A free webinar on modern capture methodologies

Check out this free on-demand webinar provided by Access and ARMA International. This webinar is pre-recorded and free to...

I Tried Hiding From Silicon Valley in a Pile of Privacy Gadgets via Bloomberg...

Avoiding digital snoops takes more than throwing money at the problem, but that part can be really fun.

Google And NASA Are ‘Leaking Data’ Via Misconfigured Jira Servers reported by BleepingComputer

"I have discovered several such misconfigured JIRA accounts in hundreds of companies. Some of the companies were from Alexa and Fortune top list including big giants like NASA, Google, Yahoo, etc and government sites." - Avinash Jain

IG GURU gets referenced in Forbes “How Much Is Your Data Worth?”

Our book review of Infonomics was linked in this Forbes article by Stephan Zoder. Check out the article here and our...

Work Ruined Email by the Atlantic

It’s not too late to fix it.

Record Abandonment – Identify RIM Provider Alternatives? – by PRISM International

Who pays the bill when the company declares bankruptcy? When a practitioner retires and/or meets an untimely death–who pays the RIM service invoice? What about the outstanding invoices when a practitioner closes a “single practitioner” office and joins a large consortium practice or medical school? As an example, who pays the invoice for those boxes of records sitting on a shelf in the record center (when he indicates he no longer needs them)?

Jesse Wilkins of AIIM provides advice on how to handle records when an employee...

A great article provided by our friend Jesse Wilkins at AIIM. Read here.

Corporate Information Governance: Whose Job Is It Anyway? (Part II) via Above the Law

by Mike Quartararo Last week, we talked a little about the importance of information governance and how critical it...

New York enacts new data breach security laws – SHIELD Act

by Paul Lanois On July 25, 2019, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Stop Hacks and Improve...

IG GURU makes “Top 15 Dark Web Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2019”...

According to Feed Spot, IG GURU ranks in the top 15 for news about the Dark Web. "I personally...

ZIPPIA provides career roadmap for Librarians

According to career expert site Zippia, librarians who enter the field don't remain stuck in their initial entry-level positions very long.

Bad Actors are Impersonating CEO’s via Axios

Axios has created a report that shows how bad actors may impersonate CEO's to threaten stock prices, send mixed messages, and possibly...

FaceApp responds to privacy concerns via TechCrunch

A few weeks ago FaceApp spread like wildfire. Soon after news came out that FaceApp is based in Russia. FaceApp...