Legally defensible, mass destruction language
I'm proposing a project to my agency to deal with multiple terabytes of dead data. The ROI for examining every document for content and retention is meager at best. I intend to do sampling and then purge based on those results.
I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has done this type of destruction before to see how you wrote up the details in a way that would be considered legally defensible. I have legal staff available to help craft a doc into official legal-ese. What I'm looking for are keywords, phrases, important details that should make up the content of the document. Thank you.
Have you reached out to Bob Johnson at NAID? He may be able to help.
Andrew Ysasi, MS