Orden previa de salvaguarda

English translation: previous [data] retention order

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Spanish term or phrase:Orden previa de salvaguarda
English translation:previous [data] retention order
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01:54 May 18, 2018
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Law/Patents - Law (general)
Spanish term or phrase: Orden previa de salvaguarda
This a phrase under the “Requested Assistance” part of a letter of request.

Context:

(si ha existido orden previa de salvaguarda debe indicarse la referencia)

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Richard Vranch
Local time: 19:11
previous [data] retention order
Explanation:
Although the context is a bit sparse, I think what this may be referring to is "data retention" or more specifically "email retention".

Does the organization require an email retention policy?

The answer for most organizations will clearly be yes! Companies which fall under Sarbanes-Oxley, SEC 17a-3/4, NASD 3010 or HIPAA regulations will need to have an email retention policy. Organizations seeking to pass a SAS 70 audit will want to have a policy even if no law or regulation requires it. Companies involved in litigation may find themselves required by court order to retain emails if they do not already have a policy in place.

https://www.gfi.com/pages/email-retention-policy

In the field of telecommunications, data retention generally refers to the storage of call detail records (CDRs) of telephony and internet traffic and transaction data (IPDRs) by governments and commercial organisations. In the case of government data retention, the data that is stored is usually of telephone calls made and received, emails sent and received, and websites visited. Location data is also collected.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_retention
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Robert Carter
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previous [data] retention order


Explanation:
Although the context is a bit sparse, I think what this may be referring to is "data retention" or more specifically "email retention".

Does the organization require an email retention policy?

The answer for most organizations will clearly be yes! Companies which fall under Sarbanes-Oxley, SEC 17a-3/4, NASD 3010 or HIPAA regulations will need to have an email retention policy. Organizations seeking to pass a SAS 70 audit will want to have a policy even if no law or regulation requires it. Companies involved in litigation may find themselves required by court order to retain emails if they do not already have a policy in place.

https://www.gfi.com/pages/email-retention-policy

In the field of telecommunications, data retention generally refers to the storage of call detail records (CDRs) of telephony and internet traffic and transaction data (IPDRs) by governments and commercial organisations. In the case of government data retention, the data that is stored is usually of telephone calls made and received, emails sent and received, and websites visited. Location data is also collected.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_retention

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