Website record retention

Record retention provisions apply to the electronic delivery of disclosure documents and notices to the same extent required for non-electronic delivery of information.

For example, if a website contains a notice required by law, a copy of the notice should be retained for the time period set out in the relevant regulation.

Generally information that is to be given in electronic form must, as far as practicable, be presented in a way that will allow the person to whom it is given to keep a copy of it so that the person can have ready access to it in the future.

Copies of website advertising should also be retained in case it becomes the subject of a dispute.

Retention of electronic copies is acceptable.

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