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Evening Sun, Tue, 14 Jun 2005 9:58 AM PDT
Evening Sun Online - LOCAL NEWS
June Lloyd, right, looks over a document with assistant librarian Lila
Fourhman-Shaull. Here's an interesting semantic question. Can you
really call it "retirement" when you're planning to spend as much - if
not more - time
in your workplace once you go through with it?
CHOOSING a compliance archiving tool
SearchSecurity.com - Needham,MA,USA
... Some products address specific applications, such as e-mail, while
others enable broad archival for unstructured data, such as documents
and audio/video files. ...
TASK force tackles technology, open records
Provo Daily Herald - Provo,UT,USA
SALT LAKE CITY -- Lawmakers looking at the state's open records law
themselves with more questions than answers Tuesday during a discussion
about how ...
STATE will bid for historical records, maps
Newark Star Ledger - Newark,NJ,USA
... yesterday. The books, maps and other documents are considered public
treasures by state archivists and are valued at $375,000. They ...
HACKERS' assaults may prod reforms
Record-Searchlight (subscription) - Redding,CA,USA
... It was a security breach at Bank of America, which revealed this
that it lost computer data tapes containing individuals' financial
that may ...
CONGRESS Must Deal With ID Theft
Wired News - USA
... Recent incidents involving unencrypted Bank of America and
data tapes that went missing while being transferred to backup centers
make it clear ...
EDITORIAL | Identity Theft Don't keep on truckin'
Philadelphia Inquirer - Philadelphia,PA,USA
... And it wasn't their idea, after all, to ship unencrypted computer
... by Citigroup, data brokers ChoicePoint and LexisNexis, Bank of
and others ...
HACKERS took data, Medica alleges
Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription) - MN,USA
... Recent security breaches at the data giants LexisNexis and
where sensitive personal information was lost to hackers or deceptions,
as well as the ...
SOX: New rules for year two
SearchCIO.com - USA
... At Iron Mountain, the records storage company that made news of its
own this year when customer data was accidentally lost in transit, chief
accounting officer ...
LOWER ID theft rates abroad may aid US
BusinessWeek - USA
... without their consent. As a result, some of the record-collating
by huge US companies such as ChoicePoint Inc. -- one of the ...
YES, There Are Still Angels in America
Yahoo News (press release) - USA
... her graduation on June 14 because she couldn't afford to pay $700
a school laptop she lost ... "Fifteen hundred notebook computers are
or stolen every day ...
EFFECTS of ID theft can last a lifetime
Knight-Ridder Washington Bureau - USA
... GMAC Financial Services informed him - and about 200,000 others -
a laptop that might contain his personal and financial history had been
stolen from the ...
KVIA, Wed, 15 Jun 2005 10:52 AM PDT
Gallup Ceremonial archives find home at university branch
GALLUP, N.M. Gallup's famed Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial has found a
home for its archives dating back about 80 years. The Inter-Tribal
Association had been trying to figure out what to do with the documents
Rock Park's new manager required the group to move out last summer.
CINTAS quietly emerges as major player in document industry
Cincinnati Post - OH,USA
... Cintas' document operations, shredding and storing documents for
and governments, are currently about a $40 million-a-year business, said
MEDICAL Records Found Near Dumpster
KLAS-TV - Las Vegas,NV,USA
... The owner of the complex said the medical facility, Lake Imaging
moved out three years ago but didn't take their records with them. ...
10 cents a page
Kentucky Post - Covington,KY,USA
... will the Kentucky attorney general's office have to tell government
agencies that they can charge only 10 cents a page for copies of public
records before they ...
GROUP Health makes shift from scribbles to keystrokes
Seattle Times - Seattle,WA,USA
... Electronic records help doctors cut down on dictation time -- a
where physicians must verbally document each patient's visit by calling
SUPREME Court orders Greenwich to release aerial photos and maps
Stamford Advocate - Stamford,CT,USA
... Greenwich argued the records were exempt from disclosure under the
Freedom of Information Act. State Superior Court Judge Howard Owens Jr.
KUWAIT: IRAQI-PLUNDERED ARCHIVES STILL MISSING
AKI - Rome,Italy
New York, 15 Jun (AKI) - Some fifteen years after Saddam Hussein's army
invaded Kuwait and seized the Gulf emirates national archives, there is
still no trace ...
KENNEDY Memorabilia Ownership Dispute Resolved
Yahoo News (press release) - USA
... and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy may be sold to the public under terms
of a settlement agreement reached today between the National Archives
(NARA), Caroline ...
Peter A. Kurilecz
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