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The Tampa Tribune, Fri, 24 Feb 2006 9:26 PM PST
Sebring Resident Gives Cache Of Old Tax Records To State
SEBRING - Today's tax rolls read like spreadsheets, not fodder for
novels or documentaries.
Fri, 24 Feb 2006 9:57 PM PST
BR diocese, LSU work to save wet N.O. church records
Hundreds of New Orleans sacramental records, registries, financial
documents and artifacts were destroyed or damaged by the flooding and
mold caused by
SCHOOL pay records discarded in Dumpster
MaineToday.com - Portland,ME,USA
... public schools had dumped 30 years' worth of payroll records over
Day ... officials should have picked an alternative, such as shredding
the documents. ...
PEOPLE on Campus: archivist Meredith Eliassen
SF State Campus Headlines - San Francisco,CA,USA
A library assistant in Special Collections and Archives, Eliassen works
closely with the students who breeze into her office on the sixth floor
of the J. Paul ...
BUSH'S Obstruction of History
Washington Post - United States
At some point in the next few months, President Bush is expected to
his choice for the location of his presidential library. ...
INFO piracy sparks records privacy
Times Herald-Record - Middletown,NY,USA
... Oneida County's clerk has drawn fire for recently posting deeds and
mortgages ... Albany to pass legislation allowing county clerks to
documents that contain ...
RECORDS Request Will Be Done Piecemeal
Wiscasset Newspaper - Wiscasset,ME,USA
Wiscasset's town manager says he has changed his mind about responding
to a resident's request for information. In an interview ...
SHOULD county records be posted on the Internet?
Hood County News - Granbury,TX,USA
Internet access was a recurring theme last Saturday night as candidates
in several Hood County races debated whether records could, or should,
be posted on ...
BILL would exempt judicial records from Ohio public records law
Akron Beacon Journal - Akron,OH,USA
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A new version of a bill updating Ohio's open records
would exempt records kept by Ohio courts and give authority over keeping
WWII Newsreels, NASA Documentaries at Google Video
MIT Technology Review - Cambridge,MA,USA
... While it currently stores fewer than 10,000 gigabytes of such data,
it expects to take in almost 350 petabytes of electronic records by 2022
(a petabyte is ...
4 depart Providence after theft of records
OregonLive.com - Portland,OR,USA
... names, addresses, dates of birth, health conditions and drug
250,000 files included Social Security numbers, and some records
Marin Independent Journal, Sat, 25 Feb 2006 1:16 PM PST
Sausalito survives cyber security breach
A three-year-old confidential business license data file in Sausalito's
computer system wasn't confidential after all. The city was notified by
merchant who has expertise in computer technology that he was able to
gain access to
the information, said City Manager Dana Whitson.
Peter A. Kurilecz
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