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Public Records Laws and Social Media Retention in New Mexico

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Learn how you can preserve complete social media records automatically to maintain public records compliance in New Mexico. Download the social media archiving overview.

Social Media Record Retention Legal News in New Mexico

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

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The City of Alamogordo, New Mexico was fined $35K for failing to produce social media records in response to a records request

New Mexico and the former Mayor were found in violation of the Public Records Act and required to pay initial damages, estimated at $35K. The judge also noted that it appeared the Mayor’s page was being used for public business, and therefore was considered public record under IPRA.

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