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Boxes of personal records found in Grover Beach alley
San Luis Obispo Tribune - San Luis Obispo,CA,USA
Three storage boxes full of private medical records were found in an
in Grover Beach. Police found the boxes April 3 behind ...
Archivists seek better disaster protection for records
Macon Telegraph - Macon,GA,USA
... They also found out that securing vital documents - everything from
drivers license records to property deeds - was not a priority for
Social security numbers posted to city-run website
WBBH - Ft. Myers,FL,USA
... have a clerk of courts website listing public records including
deeds, liens and ... Most documents with social security numbers were
posted before 2002 ...
Worker Who Stole Trade Secrets Sentenced To Prison
Lex 18 - Lexington,KY,USA
Harrodsburg, KY A man who was fired from a New York-based business for
stealing company trade secrets and selling them to a rival in Taiwan has
been sentenced ...
Braking the News, Apple Style
Wired News - USA
... Apple also subpoenaed AppleInsider, and is separately suing Think
in a related case for allegedly disclosing trade secrets. ...
Attorney general: Keep files public
Atlanta Journal Constitution (subscription) - GA, USA
"The law does not permit and this office cannot sanction efforts by
officials and employees to knowingly circumvent the Open Records Act,"
Baker wrote ...
Prying open Nazi files
Toronto Star - Ontario, Canada
... Approval to open the files would require agreement by all 11
Keeping the records closed "is absolutely scandalous," said Karel
a Polish ...
Official concerned about Internet records
Tampa Bay Newspapers - Seminole,FL,USA
... sense there is no greater risk of privacy violation simply because
the files may be ... To find the OR book and page number citizens can
search official records. ...
AG says water associations open thier records
KRQE - Albuquerque,NM,USA
ALBUQUERQUE -- Domestic water associations in New Mexico must obey the
state's open meetings and open records laws. That's according ...
Senate to OK bill halting records exemption
Rutland Herald - Rutland,VT,USA
... Douglas soon will face a decision whether to approve or veto a
bill halting his administration's ability to get around Vermont's open
records law ...
EMC overhauls backup offerings
Techworld.com - London,UK
... which files have been exported to physical tape. NetApp already
this capability with its Alacritus-based virtual tape product. The
10 steps to secure data
ZDNet UK - UK
... Company documents may contain trade secrets, personal information
or clients, or the organisation's financial records. ... permissions on
the data files and folders ...
Holocaust files will reveal Nazis' full horror
Scotsman - United Kingdom
... He said: "These records have been awaited for years by Holocaust
and ... release while survivors are still alive will enable these
to be ...
Lost Treasures Returned To Oregon Mazamas After Four Decades
NewsAshland.com - Ashland,OR,USA
... and Jeff Thomas located the missing papers and secured ... The
are considered too valuable to be ... Classified ads are free and are
simultaneously published ...
Government Web Site Will Remove Social Security Numbers
WREG - Memphis,TN,USA
... says Leatherwood. Until now, Tennessee law prohibited Leatherwood
other county registers from altering public documents. But ...
The Olympian, Tue, 18 Apr 2006 8:16 AM PDT
Navajo council may open records to battle DWI
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo Nation council delegates are moving to
consider a bill that would allow the tribe’s public safety officials to
driving records of its residents with states.
Privacy rule compliance said to be diminishing
Three years after federal rules governing
privacy of patients' medical records went
into effect, compliance seems to have
declined, according to an annual survey
conducted by the American Health
Information Management Association (AHIMA).
GAO hits agency info-sharing policy
Washington Post, Wed, 19 Apr 2006 0:25 AM PDT
Ken Burns Gives Voice to Filmmakers' Concerns
In the crowded conference room of a Washington think tank yesterday,
filmmaker Ken Burns passionately described his affection for the
Institution and the vast array of historical materials in its archives.
just as sternly rebuked the Smithsonian for developing new rules for...
Prague Daily Monitor, Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:10 PM PDT
Czech restorers to help renew New Orleans cemetery
Prague, April 18 (CTK) - The first three Czech restorers from the Gema
Art Group company are leaving for New Orleans where they will
participate in the
salvation and restoration of gravestones at the local cemetery, one of
famous historic cemeteries in the United States.
New York Times, Wed, 19 Apr 2006 1:42 AM PDT
After Resisting for Decades, Germany Agrees to Open Archive of
The Bad Arolsen archive is one of the largest in the world, with up to
50 million documents, some seized by the Allies as they liberated
The Times-Reporter, Wed, 19 Apr 2006 8:36 PM PDT
Nazis kept impeccable track of work; Germans to finally release records
WASHINGTON – Even while using mass murder to try to eradicate European
Jewry and others they considered inferior, the Nazis kept scrupulous
their work. Now, Germany is ending years of trying to keep those
inaccessible to historians and family members of Holocaust victims.
Daily Telegraph, Wed, 19 Apr 2006 5:59 PM PDT
Nazi death camp records reveal fate of millions
At least 50 million Nazi and post-war documents recording the movements
- and deaths - of millions of people around Europe are to be made
the first time.
Peter A. Kurilecz
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