DISCLOSURE OF METADATA UNDER PUBLIC RECORDS STATUTE

The Arizona Court of Appeals has held that metadata, embedded information in a document generated by a computer, does not constitute a public record for purposes of a public record disclosure statute

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What was the basis for the dissent in this case?
Have any courts found that metadata is part of the public record?
How might the change towards treatment of metadata emerge?

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