Why the US government still relies on paper documentation: national security lawyer

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By Meaghan Ellis In wake of the Federal Bureau of Investigations’ (FBI) confiscation of 11 sets of classified documents from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, tons of questions are looming about the probe. One question, in particular, Axios notes, is “Why, in the era of digital everything, is the U.S. government still relying so heavily on paper in the first place?” Speaking to the news outlet, U.S. national security lawyer Bradley Moss explained the reason for this method of record-keeping. He noted, according to Axios, that: “Much of the classified bureaucracy remains a paper world due in no small …

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