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Revisor Michele Timmons and the Minnesota In-house UELMA Authentication System

Under the leadership of Revisor Timmons, Minnesota passed UELMA in 2013 and has set a great example of how to implement an authentication system.  Michele Timmons is the Minnesota Revisor of Statutes and has served as chair person of the …

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Shareholders Strike Back on Privacy

 

As public concern over federal government surveillance of online activity grows, a new wrinkle has been introduced. Shareholders in large communications companies are attempting to force those companies to disclose data about how often they share user data with …

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September Business Meeting speaker, Randy Picker, interviewed on the Google Book project opinion

Those of us who attended the September Business Meeting enjoyed Professor Randy Picker’s talk on “The Mediated Book: EBooks and the Digital Library.  Mr. Picker was interviewed Monday night (11.18.13) on Chicago Tonight about Google, Inc.’s recent summary judgment award …

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House of Reps Own “Cable Channel”

The U.S. House of Representatives Clerk’s,“HouseLive service”, allows you to watch streaming live and archived video feeds of House floor proceedings dating back to 2009. The House Recording Studio had been video taping the proceeding for some time. …

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