Documents in FOIA Requests Must Be 'Searchable,' Federal Judge Rules

Southern District of New York Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, after faulting the government for offering "a lame excuse" for delivering non-searchable documents in Freedom of Information Act requests, ruled for the first time that federal agencies must turn over documents that include metadata.Visit Law Technology News

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