Cameron is wrong: Public business on private devices is still a public record Skip to content

Cameron is wrong: Public business on private devices is still a public record

Chances are we will soon see an explosion in the use of privately-owned devices by public officials and employees to conduct public business. The public’s right to know will be the first casualty of Cameron’s anything but “consistent” finding.

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Amye Bensenhaver

Amye is a retired assistant AG who specialized in open records laws. She is the co-founder of the Kentucky Open Government Coalition. (Read the rest of her bio on the Contributors page.)

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