"The Post-Gazette and other media outlets said the practice violated the due process rights of the public seeking records under the state’s Right-to-Know law. The Commonwealth Court rejected the argument, saying the Right-to-Know law doesn’t have a record-retention requirement, doesn’t outlaw destruction of records and governs only whether existing records should be made public. The Supreme Court affirmed the lower court and denied the paper’s request for an oral argument."
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Post-Gazette loses court fight to block state agencies from deleting emails; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4/26/16
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Post-Gazette loses court fight to block state agencies from deleting emails: