When any provision of this chapter or any rule or regulation adopted pursuant thereto
requires that books and records be preserved, such requirement may be satisfied by
maintenance of original papers or other records, photographic reproductions, or records
stored in electronic storage media. As used in this chapter, “electronic storage media” means any digital storage medium or system that meets the following conditions:
1. It must preserve the records exclusively in non-rewritable, non-erasable format;
2. It must verify automatically the quality and accuracy of the storage media recording
3. It must have the capacity to readily download indexes, metadata and records preserved
on the electronic storage media to any medium acceptable to the superintendent; and
4. It must be immediately readable on equipment at all times available to the superintendent
for examination of such records.
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