Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Access to government in the computer age: an examination of state public records law
218 pages. No updates available.
The majority of the open records laws were created before computers were integrated into government activities and before the widespread outsourcing of government work to private entities. This book examines the how open government laws apply to electronic information and to private entities contracting with the government. Of particular interest to litigators, is the examination of how to gain additional access through litigation discovery requests than is normally available in public records requests.