Dear Land Registry,
Have any born-digital records been transferred to TNA? If so, what is the volume and type of records. If not, when is it anticipated that digital transfers will begin?
Does your department use technology-assisted review for its sensitivity review of digital records or does it still use a file by file approach?
Dr. Lale Özdemir
Dear Dr. Lale Özdemir,
Thank you for your email of 29th May 2021 in which you requested
information on the following:
1) Whether any born-digital records been transferred to The National
Archives? If so, what is the volume and type of records. If not, when is
it anticipated that digital transfers will begin?
2) Does your department use technology-assisted review for its sensitivity
review of digital records, or does it still use a file-by-file approach?
Your request has been processed under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.
Please find information for your request below.
1. Whether any born-digital records been transferred to The National
Archives? If so, what is the volume and type of records. If not, when
is it anticipated that digital transfers will begin?
At present, no digital-born records have been transferred to The National
Archives, it is anticipated that digital transfers will begin in Q4 2021.
2. Does your department use technology-assisted review for its
sensitivity review of digital records, or does it still use a
HM Land Registry's current approach is to do the review file by file.
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