Fletcher, David, 1952- :"The Public Records Office wants to know if you delete texts after you've read them?" The Politician. 24 December 2014

Fletcher, David, 1952- :"The Public Records Office wants to know if you delete texts after you've read them?" The Politician. 24 December 2014
Date
2014
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Dominion post (Newspaper)
Ref
DCDL-0030458
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The Politician's assistant tells him that the Public Records Office wants to know if he deletes his text messages after he has read them. He replies that "After all the latest furore, I now delete them before I've read them!"

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