By Catherine Ho August 3, 2014
The same technology used by lawyers to weed out mountains of extraneous documents to find the smoking gun to win their case is now being used by city governments to process public records requests from journalists and the public.
And a growing number of local governments are hiring a small, relatively unknown company to do it.
District-based Logikcull is a data management business that gets paid by law firms, corporations and government agencies to organize their ever-growing pool of electronic data that lawsuits, investigations and information requests force them to sift through...
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