dimwit wrote:Yet, I doubt anything sinister was going on in terms of the deletion. Being March, it was probably a newly transfered worker who was not properly trained and didn't have a clue as to the importance of the data.
Coligny wrote:except for the fact that I don't know a lot of workplace where it's even possible to delete permanently emails...
hd space is cheap, loabilities lawsuits are not...
ffs there even some where they print everything for archival...
dimwit wrote:Liablity lawsuits! My dear sir, whereever are you living? The concept of liablity doesn't exist in Japan.
Officials may have deleted the e-mails to maintain server capacity.
Tsuru wrote:This being a professional organization, they wouldn't have offsite backups would they?
Never mind, I think I know the answer to that one already.
dimwit wrote:Well, remember about three or four years when the government lost several million pension records, so I would guess, no, it isn't common practice to keep backup records.
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