The Public Record in Peril: Emerging Threats against the Essential Evidence of our Democracy, "An Archivist’s Field Guide to Improper Government Communications"

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    Abstract

    Using personal devices to hide communications from public scrutiny. Obscuring or damaging the provenance of records in haphazard audits. Tying up legitimate records requests with endless claims of privilege and confidentiality. Threats against records and archives strike at the heart of a value we hold dear: the trustworthiness of our democracy's essential evidence. The presenters explore implications of threats to records, particularly the public's eroding faith in records administration.
    Original languageEnglish
    StatePublished - Aug 26 2022
    EventSociety of American Archivists Annual Meeting - Boston, Mass.
    Duration: Aug 26 2022Aug 26 2022

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    OtherSociety of American Archivists Annual Meeting
    Period08/26/2208/26/22

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