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|Group sues Orange County over Dropbox records|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
ORLANDO — An advocacy group is suing Orange County over access to records that are stored in the cloud.
The group Organize Now last week sued Orange County, claiming county officials have violated Florida’s open records law.
Organize Now says county officials redacted entries from an electronic log showing who had placed information in Mayor Teresa Jacob’s Dropbox account.
Dropbox provides “in the cloud” storage for online documents and allows people to share files.
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