Which Digital Policies?

Which Digital Policy Page

Freedom of Information Act, subject access request and e-discovery policy

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Why it's needed:

An organization at the Expert level should already have a policy that addresses print documentation release and legacy electronic files. In most cases, such a policy can be expanded to cover digital content with little to no adjustments. But there are a few situations unique to digital; you should consider them and incorporate or update your e-discover, or Freedom of Information Ace (FOIA), policy accordingly.

Key points:

  • In consultation with your legal counsel, you should identify what, if any, e-discovery or FOIA requirements you may be subject to, and how you will respond to any such requests where digital channels are in question.
  • Working with your organization’s risk or policy group, you should extend relevant policies to include digital channels and associated content.

Read more:

Policy background, how is done: Immediate steps, Documenting and Implementing the policy in "The Power of Digital Policy" book, page:
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