Definition Edit

Information is retrievable (retrievable information) in the ordinary course of business

if it can be retrieved by taking steps that are taken on a regular basis in the conduct of business with respect to that information or that an organization is capable of taking with the procedures it uses on a regular basis in the conduct of its business.[1]

Overview Edit

Information is not considered retrievable in the ordinary course of business

if retrieval would impose an unreasonable burden or violate the legitimate rights of a person that is not the subject of the information. The unreasonableness of burden is balanced against the significance of the information's use.[2]

References Edit

  1. Justice Information Privacy Guideline - Developing, Drafting and Assessing Privacy Policy for Justice Information Systems, Glossary.
  2. Id.

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