It bugs me when I hear someone say "most current" to describe the latest information. It sounds redundant to me, shouldn't it be "most recent" or just plain current? I.e. An audit trail tracks the date and time the user modifies a record. The user creates the record on Jan - 15th at 2:00 PM, then another user modifies it on Feb - 20th at 11:00 AM. There is only 1 "current" date and time, which is the most recently tracked record, right?
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