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Old 06-19-2020, 01:11 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by gwynevans View Post
Itís an interesting consideration, as on the one hand, replacing a legal pad should realistically need no more encryption than a piece of paper supplies, but itíll be compared with a laptop rather than a legal pad so probably will have issues in certain market sectors...
I asked a question about this and at that legal firm, their corporate policy with the legal pads was that the pages were transcribed and then shredded. Not to mention that since they were mostly in shorthand, the person who wrote the notes was often the only person who could easily read them. I hadn't realized that even for people trained in a shorthand system, their notes often became very idiosyncratic as they develop their own symbols/abbreviations/whatever.
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