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Government archives: Scan and deliver | The Economist
In his latest effort <https://yeswescan.org/>, co-sponsored by the Center
for American Progress, a think-tank in Washington, DC, he is prodding
Barack Obama's administration to set comprehensive and coherent policy for
digitising government information locked away in analogue form—to release
it without restrictions. He thinks stumping up $250m a year to the venture
is a good place to start.

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