This article examines current archival thinking and practice surrounding the identification and management of personally identifiable information (PII) found in born-digital collections in an academic repository context. Data from recent surveys and reports, along with examples of how several different repositories have attempted to balance management of born-digital records that require access control, inform the recommendations of the authors.
- Pyatt, Timothy D.
- Goldman, Ben
- born-digital archives
- personally identifiable information
- Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
- Resource type
- Library and Archival Security, v.26:1-2, pp.37-55
- Published Date
- Archives--Access control
- 205 KB
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