Colorado Hickenlooper's state office computer not backed up?: Loses eight months of appointment data open to public inspection

So the state of Colorado doesn't back up the computer records for the governor of Colorado? From Channel 9 in Denver:
The governor's calendar is subject to public inspection under the Colorado Open Records Act. Exceptions in the law allow record custodians to withhold personal appointments and details of security arrangements. 
"Some personal information is kept on the calendar to help avoid conflicts when scheduling other events," Figa said. . . . 
Hickenlooper's staff has been reluctant to reconstruct his whereabouts during the lost calendar span because absolute accuracy could not be assured. His spokesman was unable to respond to questions about the lost calendar entries Friday, citing the demands on the governor's time that arose from the shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial. . . .



Blogger Rakewell said...

It's probably every bit as innocent at Nixon's lost 18 1/2 minutes of tape.

12/14/2013 2:29 PM  
Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

Uhhh, my dog ate the data! Really, he did...

12/16/2013 1:24 PM  

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