News broke Thursday that White House senior adviser Jared Kushner allegedly uses the Facebook-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp for official government correspondences, takes screenshots of those messages, and sends them to his government email address to comply with record-keeping laws.

While public records attorneys said screenshots are sufficient to comply with record-keeping laws, e-discovery experts said they may pose authentication challenges if needed as evidence.

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