Do You Want Groklaw to Be Included in the Library of Congress?
Apr 07, 2010, 12:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Groklaw has been selected by the Library of Congress for
inclusion in its web archival project, in the category of Legal
Blawgs. I feel incredibly honored and validated by this invitation.
We have created a collection of materials that has recognized value
to researchers and historians.
"We have to give permission, though, and Groklaw isn't just me.
It's you and me, so I thought I'd ask you how you feel about it. We
have several choices. I can have them archive just the articles,
or, if you grant permission, the articles with your comments. And
we can decide who can access the collection, the public at large or
just the Congress and on-site researchers and historians.
"You can say no to everything related to your comments,
absolutely, but this is offering to make us part of what
researchers and historians will have access to, so they can tell
the history of this time period with accuracy. And my personal
feeling is that your comments are part of this history."
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