computerized records

computerized records

structured data held in a computer. Most modern legal systems now make special provision to allow such records to be given in evidence. The records themselves maybe the subject of legal regulation under DATA PROTECTION legislation.
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Its computerized records include detailed information on over 18 million registered Angus.
The computerized records were said to pertain to details available at police stations, SSP offices and CIA offices functional across Sindh.
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Faisalabad -- As the Electricity transformer caught fire due to short circuit, all the computerized records in Faisalabad Dry Port Trust has been burnt, officials say on Sunday.
The chance that a patient would die was 15% lower in hospitals that were ranked in the top third in their use of computerized records and notes, the study found.
Although applicable specifically to taxpayers with assets of $10 million or more and other taxpayers who maintain computerized records not available in hard copy, the guidance generally addresses businesses.
These areas were chosen because they keep computerized records, which are easy to compile.
Investigators can retrieve computerized records regarding these transactions and usually will find multiple attempts to obtain cash.
The regulation stipulates how companies create, validate, store, access and change computerized records. It includes information on forthcoming guidance documents, best practices, case studies, reports on enforcement activity, and interviews.
2lCFR Part 11 stipulates how companies create, validate, store, access and change computerized records. The newsletter includes information on forthcoming guidance documents, best practices, case studies, reports on enforcement activity, and interviews.
Controls are seen to fall within the domain of systems administrators, and computerized records are generally omitted from the existing recordkeeping regime.
By using new technological devices to disassemble millions of computerized records, Chicago Tribune project reporter Mike Berens unearthed patterns of fatal nursing errors and transformed statistics into investigative stories.

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