Therefore, agencies can install such systems to record
without a suspect's knowledge, thus eliminating this myth.
But in a four-year period beginning in 1998, the home-run record
was broken six times by Sammy Sosa, Mark McGwire, and Barry Bonds--all of whom have been accused of steroid use.
The issue of digital record
destruction is emerging as a major consideration for many archives.
According to the National Association of Record
Industry Professionals, the record
industry is a $38-billion-a-year business fed as much by the thousands of small independent labels operating out of the basements, car trunks, and studio apartments of music mogul hopefuls as it is by the four major multinational establishments.
It summarizes key laws and regulations regarding record
keeping, including FERPA and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Metadata specialists, on the other hand, may only be allowed to add content to the pending record
database, with their records
going through multiple levels of review before being added, by the subject file editor, to the working database.
If a subpoenaed record
that is said to have been destroyed is found, a summary judgment for the opposing party can be awarded or a charge of obstructing justice levied.
Enterprise content management (ECM) systems often play a critical role in helping companies streamline their records
By far, the easiest way to record
a music CD is to use the Superscope PSD300.
Among the problems he cites with today's record
By clicking on search, the user is presented with a summary screen showing the list of titles, and then by clicking on a specific title, the user is taken to the record
By actually using the electronic storage system, the district director can evaluate the equipment and software as well as the procedures to prepare, record
, transfer, index, store, preserve, retrieve and reproduce electronically stored documents.
7, prescribing the basic record
retention requirements under section 6001 of the Internal Revenue Code where all or part of the taxpayer's financial or accounting records
are maintained within an automatic data processing (ADP) system.
But even if it didn't, the only time open records
would lead to a successful malpractice suit would be when there's something in the record
that indicates negligence.
All taxpayers are required to keep books and records
that sufficiently establish gross income, deductions, credits or other matters required to be shown in tax returns; see Regs.