PANAMA PAPERS: A CASE STUDY FOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT?

  • Marie-Anne Chabin UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista São Paulo State University - UNESP - BRAZIL

Resumo

The international financial and political crisis named Panama Papers (2016) provided a rather good material for information studies, particularly for digital diplomatics. First, the comments, in some languages, allow to analyze how media and newspapers use the words information, data, document, file and record, each with its own culture: some papers are directly written with the own words of the journalist, others are translations, showing notably the differences between English and French professional and common vocabulary. Second, it was also an opportunity to check the place of email in those cases of disclosure of sensitive data in the “society of information”. The point is that the fragility of the digital files themselves (format, preservation) is not the worse for information and records management; the risk is more linked to the fragility of the international network and the ability of search engines to reach these records, wherever they may be stored.

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Marie-Anne Chabin, UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista São Paulo State University - UNESP - BRAZIL
Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciência da Informação - UNESP Graduate Program in Information Science - UNESP - BRAZIL
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2017-12-19
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CHABIN, M.-A. PANAMA PAPERS: A CASE STUDY FOR RECORDS MANAGEMENT?. Brazilian Journal of Information Science: research trends, v. 11, n. 4, 19 dez. 2017.
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