Can the State charge for Public Records not printed?

I’ve been reading around and it appears that the state can charge a fee for public record copies, which seems mainly oriented to paper records. However, my state (Oregon) offers a CD-ROM of public records for new business listings for each month.

This is hardly a "minimal fee", and from what I read the cost of this CANNOT be for the labor or preparation for the record, simply only the cost of creating the copy.

This question is about materials NOT printed.

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