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Public Records Laws and Social Media Retention in Illinois

Social Media Records in Illinois
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Learn how you can preserve complete social media records automatically to maintain public records compliance in Illinois. Download the social media archiving overview.

Social Media Record Retention Legal News in Illinois

Read about Illinois cases and precedents involving social media and public record retention.

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The State Attorney General determined Orland Park, IL violated FOIA after it failed to fill a social media records request

The village failed to fill a records request for a list of users blocked on its social media accounts, arguing the lists are not subject to records law. The Attorney General disagreed, and determined that as owner of the accounts, Orland Park chooses which users to block, thus creating the record they are obligated to fill under FOIA.

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