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Subject:

RAIN 609 Harvard Archivist, School Records

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Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 9 Jun 2004 21:18:22 -0400

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Harvard Crimson
Published on Wednesday, June 09, 2004
Renowned Archivist To Keep Harvard’s History
By LEON NEYFAKH
Crimson Staff Writer
After over 30 years of record keeping under the
hand of former University Archivist Harley P.
Holden, Harvard will soon have someone new
keeping its diary.
Megan Sniffin-Marinoff, currently the librarian
and deputy director of Radcliffe’s
Schlesinger Library, will head eastward this September when she becomes the new
Harvard University Archivist under Pforzheimer University Professor Sidney Verba
‘53, director of the University Library.
http://www.thecrimson.com/article.aspx?ref=502790



KGW
Goldschmidt wins
victory with review of
official records
12:34 PM PDT on Wednesday, June 9,
2004
By ABE ESTIMADA, kgw.com Staff
SALEM -- Neil Goldschmidt_s
representatives will help review the 218
boxes of documents dealing with his
term as governor of Oregon during the
late 1980s and early 1990s
http://www.kgw.com/news-local/stories/kgw_060904_news_goldschmidt_records.245ca052f.html


The Oregonian
Goldschmidt records dispute settled
The state and the former governor's representatives will work together to
decide what should be made public
Wednesday, June 09, 2004
LAURA OPPENHEIMER
Representatives for former Oregon Gov. Neil Goldschmidt and the state will
jointly scrutinize more than 200 boxes of records to decide what's public and
move those items to the state archives.
http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/news/1086782577233840.xml


kvia.com
06.09.04
Storage of court records needs upgrading, district clerk says
http://www.kvia.com/Global/story.asp?S=1929502&nav=AbC0NmMQ



Judge seals public records in MCI inquiry
Jun 09
Jonathan Weil | Wall St Journal | New
York
The judge presiding over MCI's bankruptcy
proceedings has taken the unusual step of sealing
public records in response to a request by MCI to
prevent the public disclosure of a Securities and
Exchange Commission inquiry into its retention
of KPMG LLP as its independent auditor.
http://afr.com/articles/2004/06/08/1086460290652.html



United States: A General Counsel’s Guide To Avoiding "Obstruction Of Justice" Liability
09 June 2004
Article by Russell Hayman, Thomas J. Murphy and Michael W. Peregrine
The successful prosecutions of Martha Stewart and Frank Quattrone highlight the increased risk
corporate executives face from "obstruction of justice" and similar offenses. Indeed, as a New York
Times recent headline proclaimed, "In Recent Cases, It’s the Cover-Up, Not the Crime." This path to
proving criminality has long been known to prosecutors, who recognize the difficulty of
substantiating complicity in a complex fraud, and the relative ease of showing that a target misled
investigators or destroyed or tampered with evidence by, for example, encouraging the deletion of
e-mail. Such was the fate of Ms. Stewart, Mr. Quattrone and other subjects of successful U.S. federal
prosecutions for obstruction of justice, including a prominent physician at the University of
Washington and executives at Computer Associates.
http://www.mondaq.com/i_article.asp_Q_articleid_E_26543



Docket Sheets Are Public
Appellate Ruling Gives First Amendment Right
June 9, 2004
By LYNNE TUOHY, The Hartford Courant
The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday
that the press and public have a First Amendment right
to access the docket sheets that serve as an index to
court files, and revived a media challenge involving
thousands of sealed Connecticut court cases dating back
decades.
U.S. District Court Judge Gerard L. Goettel last
November dismissed a lawsuit filed by The Hartford
Courant and the Connecticut Law Tribune that sought
limited information about the sealed files, saying top
judicial branch officials had no power to undo orders
made by judges to keep those files secret.
http://www.ctnow.com/news/local/hc-secretfiles0609.artjun09,1,3098858.story?



Ohio News Now
Police don't always comply with public records law
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AKRON, Ohio The people who enforce the laws in Ohio
don't always abide by the law when it comes to answering public record requests.
In a recent statewide audit conducted by more than 90 media representatives, police departments
in Ohio's 88 counties granted requests for incident reports the same or next day 60 percent of the
time.The rest of the time, officers gave various reasons for not releasing reports: They feared
hurting their cases, wanted to protect victims and witnesses or simply longed to control what they
considered "their" information. About 12 percent of the time, police incorrectly said the incident
http://www.onnnews.com/Global/story.asp?S=1927348



Data Diversions Could Turn the ECT Act Into a Horror Show
ITWeb (Johannesburg)
June 8, 2004
Posted to the web June 9, 2004
Paul Mullon
Johannesburg
Making electronically stored documents legal tender has the potential to simplify the content
management strategies of many large corporations around the world. However, Paul Mullon, marketing
director of Metrofile, believes it could also cause some consternation, specifically in the insurance
industry.
http://allafrica.com/stories/200406090397.html



TechnoFlak
Timothy Sprehe explains Technical Report 48
Timothy Sprehe described the work of the AIIM C30 Standards Committee at last month’s joint NCCAIIM/ARMA meeting. The committee’s report, Technical Report 48, establishes a framework for the
integration of electronic document management systems and electronic records management systems.
http://technoflak.blogspot.com/2004/06/timothy-sprehe-explains-technical.html



Naples Daily News
Lee County students' records to be filed electronically
By DAVE BREITENSTEIN, [log in to unmask]
June 9, 2004
File folders and rows of bookshelves house student records that spill into hallways,
storage spaces and offices.
They clutter three Lee County School District buildings that are fully stocked with
thousands of updated or outdated files.

http://www.naplesnews.com/npdn/bonitanews/article/0,2071,NPDN_14894_2948854,00.html

Wall St Journal
Court: BATco Unit Must Produce Potentially Damaging Memo
DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
June 1, 2004 2:47 p.m.
By Mark Wigfield
Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge Tuesday ordered a subsidiary of
British American Tobacco Co. PLC (BTI) to produce a potentially
damaging memo the government is seeking in its lawsuit against the
tobacco industry.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,BT_CO_20040601_005366-search,00.html?



Wall St Journal
Subject: No More Spam From Fakes
Web Titans Seek Standard
To Authenticate Senders
And Thwart Junk E-Mail
By RIVA RICHMOND
DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
June 9, 2004; Page D9
NEW YORK -- Names just don't have the value they used to -- at least
when it comes to e-mail.
After all, spammers, virus writers and identity thieves now regularly
affix fake names to their e-mail messages in hopes of conning users into
opening them and evading block lists. Take a message today from
"Sonia Sauders," subject line "Re: Hey cutie." It could have been a note
from a college chum, but was actually a pitch for porn. With billions of
these messages cluttering e-mail in boxes every day, there's simply no
trusting a name anymore.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB108674074430432294,00.html?



Wall St Journal
New Software to Find
Those Lost Files
On Your Computer
By KEVIN J. DELANEY
Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET
JOURNAL
June 9, 2004; Page D1
As people cram their computers full of photos, music
and other files, they are discovering a downside to all
this new digital content: It is getting harder to find
things.
http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB108674232460132346-search,00.html?



Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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