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Lawsuits Can Require Businesses to Keep Massive Amounts of Emails and Computer Stored Records

NPR reported a few years ago:

New rules take effect that help companies decide how many e-mails and other digital items they have to keep in case someone sues them and demands the documents be brought to court. Even small companies can generate millions of digital documents in a very short time, and systems for managing them can be expensive.


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