Currently, offered for comment is a new Rule 5.1. This time, the duty is on the clerks’ offices:
Rule 5.1. Privacy Protection for Filings Made with the CourtComments are due November 4. To me, this potentially creates the same problem if an attorney in the future needs something on a case.
Beginning January 1, 2016, all courts and offices of a circuit or chancery clerk that maintain electronic storage or electronic filing of documents, as defined under section 9-1-51 of the Mississippi Code, and make those documents accessible online must conform with the privacy provisions of the Administrative Procedures for Mississippi Electronic Courts—specifically, Sections 5 and 9 therein.