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The China Strategy Group was formed in July 2020 with the purpose of tackling the most difficult questions regarding the United States’s competitiveness with China on technology. This effort was undertaken in the service of providing actionable insights to underpin a new U.S. strategy. The group, conceived and founded by Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, brings together an eclectic group of individuals, with the belief that fresh perspectives must be brought to bear on the key issues in order to...
Topics: China Strategy Group, Chinese technology
El mundo está enfrentando actualmente una emergencia sanitaria global sin precedentes causada por la pandemia del coronavirus (COVID-19). En América Latina, las ya profundas brechas sociales, culturales y económicas se ven agravadas aún más por la emergencia sanitaria. La pandemia tiene impactos directos e indirectos en los derechos humanos así como consecuencias de corto, mediano y largo plazo para las sociedades en general y para grupos en situación de vulnerabilidad en particular,...
Topics: COVID-19, Mujeres
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Nov 28, 2017 Gary Colmenar
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No   Alibis radio program on  91.9 FM KCSB Santa Barbara, Wednesday, November 22, 2017 9:00-11:00 AM PST. Shari Laster and James R. Jacobs will join us to talk about the future of public access to government information and documents.  Specifically, they will talk about Chapter 19 of Title 44 of the US Code, that affirmatively guarantees free public access to (some) government information.  Shari Laster is the Government Information Librarian and Data Services Librarian at the University...
Topics: FDLP, title 44, GPO, Federal government information policy, Free Government Information (FGI)
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Sep 1, 2016 Laster, Shari
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Free Government Information (FGI)'s podcast #1. In this episode, Shari Laster, UC Santa Barbara Government Data & Information librarian and FGI collaborator, interviews Jim Jacobs and James Jacobs, co-founders of FGI, about their series of FGI blog posts about the collaborative FDLP . This Skype conversation occurred on Monday July 25, 2016.
Topics: FDLP, Depository Libraries, Libraries, Collaborative FDLP, Free Government Information, FGI,...
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman University  This segment of the workshop features David Oldenkamp, International Studies Librarian, Indiana University. David will talk about how to build google custom search engines.
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman University  This segment of the workshop features David Oldenkamp, International Studies Librarian, Indiana University. David will talk about how to build google custom search engines.
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Nov 12, 2014 Coast and Geodetic Survey, US Department of Commerce
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Tidal current charts for the San Francisco Bay, published by the Coast and Geodetic Survey. This is the 5th edition published in 1953.  These current charts show the direction and velocity of the tidal current for each hour of the current at San Francisco Bay entrance (Golden Gate). They present a comprehensive view of the tidal current movement for the bay as a whole and also supply a means of readily determining for any time the direction and velocity of the current at various localities...
Topics: San Francisco, Tidal Current Chart, San Francisco Bay, Chart
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Aug 7, 2014 James R. Jacobs
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The Government Printing Office's site for the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) FDLP.gov was hacked and taken over by SoWa BeZ OkA -- which translates from Polish into "Owl without an eye." The group seems to be a band of some kind, but I can't tell. 
Topics: GPO, FDLP, Hacked Websites
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Apr 10, 2013 Thomas Hill
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Librarians and information advocates  Jim A. Jacobs   (UCSD) and  James R. Jacobs  (Stanford University) talk about their organization,  Free Government Information  (http://freegovinfo.info )  and their  efforts  to raise all Congressional, Executive & Judicial Branch information, publications and data, including current fee-based services, to the level of federally funded scientific information, and the publication of all government information as Open Access. The interview was...
Topics: Open Access, Open Government, FGI, Jacobs, FDLP
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Mar 12, 2013 CASSANDRA
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Letter written by CASSANDRA to Acting Public Printer Davita Vance-Cooks on March 4, 2013 in regard to the NAPA report " Rebooting the Government Printing Office: Keeping America Informed in the Digital Age." In particular, recommendation #4 of the NAPA report,  which calls for GPO to consider charging fees for end users of the Federal Digital System (FDsys), was found to be highly problematic with this group of long-time government information librarians especially given that NAPA's...
Topics: GPO, Government information, Government transparency, Open government
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Feb 6, 2013 Regina Roberts (Videographer)
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"I found grandma...in the 1940 Census!" Presentation and Discussion with Dr. Joel Weintraub Dr. Weintraub led a lively and amazingly informative discussion on the United States Decennial Census Manuscripts aka Enumerators' Notebooks. Find out about the US Census, the History of the Census Questions, including controversial questions, undercounts, and truthfulness. Learn about the Census Data Collectors. The talk was co-sponsored by Stanford University Library, SUL Government...
Topics: US Census, US Decennial Census, Census manuscripts
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Public presentation by James R. Jacobs, government information librarian at Stanford University, delivered in the Allen Auditorium, Suzzallo & Allen Libraries, University of Washington on thursday, January 24, 2013. Jacobs was invited by Cass Hartnett, the Northwest Government Information Network, the UW Information School, the UW Association of Library and Information Science Students (ALISS), and the University of Washington Libraries to talk about the future of the Federal Depository...
Topics: FDLP, Federal Depository Library Program, Federal government documents
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Jan 22, 2013 Federal Research Division, Library of Congress
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Iran's Ministry of Intelligence and Security: a Profile A Report Prepared by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress under an Interagency Agreement with the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Officeâs Irregular Warfare Support Program December 2012 **Please add the following note to the bib record: This report was posted on a non-public government-only website but leaked to the press in early 2013. It was widely cited in the US mainstream media but recently pulled from...
Topics: Iran Ministry of Intelligence and Security, MOIS, Intelligence, Irregular Warfare Support Program,...
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Mar 9, 2011 Federal Communication Commission
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Full title: Inquiry Into Section 73.1910 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations Concerning Alternatives to the General Fairness Doctrine Obligations of Broadcast Licensees, 102 FCC 2d 145 (1985) aka the "Fairness Report." The FCC Fairness Doctrine, introduced in 1949, required the holders of broadcast licenses to both present controversial issues of public importance and to do so in a manner that was, in the Commission's view, honest, equitable and balanced. The 1985 Fairness...
Topics: FCC, Fairness Report
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Mar 27, 2010 CIA Red Cell
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Full title: "CIA Red Cell Special Memorandum; Afghanistan: Sustaining West European Support for the NATO-led MissionâWhy Counting on Apathy Might Not Be Enough." 11 March 2010 This classified CIA analysis from March, outlines possible PR-strategies to shore up public support in Germany and France for a continued war in Afghanistan. After the Dutch government fell on the issue of dutch troops in Afghanistan last month, the CIA became worried that similar events could happen in the...
Topics: CIA, CIA Red Cell, Afghanistan, NATO, US Intelligence, US Army, National Ground intelligence...
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Jun 5, 2009
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H.R. 10958 51st Congress 1st Session (1890). A Bill to amend and supplement the election laws of the United States and to provide for the more efficient enforcement of such laws and for other purposes. Read in the House of Representatives June 14, 1890 by Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge.
Topics: Henry Cabot Lodge, HR10958, 1890, Election law
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Cass Hartnett, 2008-09 Chair of the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) of the American Library Association (ALA), presents some remarks at the GODORT meeting at the Spring '09 Depository Library Council meeting in Tampa, FL, Tuesday night April 21, 2009. Cass shares her reflections on a 20-year career (she started as a govt documents librarian at University of Michigan in 1988) as a jumping-off point for a dialogue on the future of govt documents librarianship. More on the Spring '09 DLC...
Topics: GODORT, Hartnett, FDLP, Depository Library Council
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Part IV of the Panel on Non-Governmental Organizations at the government Documents Round Table (GODORT) Update, Saturday, January 24, 2009, ALA Midwinter meeting, Denver, CO. Part IV includes a presentation by Romulo Rivera, Project manager for the Policy Archive.Description. The GODORT update featured 3 speakers who described the role and impact of Non-governmental organizations (NGOs). NGOs play an important role in policy decisions and frequently interact with government entities at all...
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Part III of the Panel on Non-Governmental Organizations at the government Documents Round Table (GODORT) Update, Saturday, January 24, 2009, ALA Midwinter meeting, Denver, CO. Part III is a presentation by Nelson Fabian, National Environmental Health Association.Description. The GODORT update featured 3 speakers who described the role and impact of Non-governmental organizations (NGOs). NGOs play an important role in policy decisions and frequently interact with government entities at all...
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Part II of the Panel on Non-Governmental Organizations at the government Documents Round Table (GODORT) Update, Saturday, January 24, 2009, ALA Midwinter meeting, Denver, CO. Part II includes presentation by Jim Church, University of California-Berkeley.Description. The GODORT update featured 3 speakers who described the role and impact of Non-governmental organizations (NGOs). NGOs play an important role in policy decisions and frequently interact with government entities at all levels....
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Feb 8, 2009 United States. Wireline Competition Bureau. Industry Analysis and Technology Division
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Trends in Telephone Service is published by the Industry Analysis and Technology Division of the Federal Communication Commissionâs Wireline Competition Bureau. This report is designed to provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the telephone industry -- questions asked by consumers, members of Congress, other government agencies, telecommunications carriers, and members of the business and academic communities. To this end, the report contains summary information...
Topics: Telephone -- United States, Telephone -- Rates United States
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Dec 15, 2008 Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR)
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This is a history of the Iraq reconstruction experience compiled by the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, led by Stuart W. Bowen Jr., a Republican lawyer who regularly travels to Iraq and has a staff of engineers and auditors based here. Copies of several drafts of the history were provided to reporters at The New York Times and ProPublica. The manuscript is based on approximately 500 new interviews, as well as more than 600 audits, inspections and investigations...
Topics: Iraq, Iraq Reconstruction, SIGIR, Iraq War
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Aug 8, 2008 Jacobs, James R.
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman UniversityThis segment of the preconference features Amy West, Data Services Librarian, University of Minnesota. Amy will talk about how to integrate Web2.0 technologies quickly and easily into your website.
Topics: GODORT, Docs2.0
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Aug 8, 2008 Jacobs, James R.
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman UniversityThis segment of the preconference features John Wonderlich, Program Director of the Sunlight Foundation. John will talk about Web2.0 technologies, sites and tools used for government accountability and widespread public access to government information.
Topics: GODORT, Docs2.0
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman UniversityThis segment of the preconference features Amy West, Data Services Librarian, University of Minnesota. Amy will talk about how to integrate Web2.0 technologies quickly and easily into your website.
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman University  This segment of the workshop features David Oldenkamp, International Studies Librarian, Indiana University. David will talk about how to build google custom search engines.
Topics: GODORT, Docs2.0
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Aug 8, 2008 Jacobs, James R.
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman UniversityThis segment of the workshop features Jim Jacobs, Emeritus Data Librarian from UC San Diego. Jim's talk is about RSS for documents librarians.
Topics: GODORT, Docs2.0
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman UniversityThis segment features James Jacobs, International Documents Librarian, Stanford University. James will talk about Delicious social tagging for collaborative projects.
Topics: GODORT, Docs2.0
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Aug 8, 2008 Jacobs, James R.
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Docs2.0: emerging Web technologies for the government documents community GODORT Pre-conference ALA 2008 Annual Conference Friday, June 27, 2008, 9:00am â 12:30 Leatherby Library, Chapman UniversityThis is the introductory remarks given by James Jacobs, International Documents Librarian at Stanford University.
Topics: GODORT, Docs2.0
Abundance and Run Timing of Adult Pacific Salmon in the East Fork Andreafsky River, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2006. Alaska Fisheries Data Series Number 2007-5
Topics: Yukon Delta, Salmon, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, IADeposit
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Jun 25, 2008 Anne Shinkwin, Elizabeth Andrews, Russell Sackett, and Mary Kroul
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BLM/AK/TR-78/02. Fort Egbert and the Eagle Historic District: Results of Archaeological and Historic Research, Summer 1977. Anne Shinkwin, Elizabeth Andrews, Russell Sackett, and Mary Kroul. Technical Report 2. Bureau of Land Management, Anchorage, Alaska. June 1978
Topics: Fort Egbert, Eagle Historic District, BLM, Alaska, IADeposit
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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. 2008-13 (pdf) Abundance and Run Timing of Adult Salmon in the Gisasa River, Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2007.J.L. Melegari. May 2008. Fairbanks Fish and Wildlife Field Office, Fairbanks, Alaska.
Topics: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Salmon, Gisasa River, Koyukuk, IADeposit
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Abundance and Run Timing of Adult Fall Chum Salmon in the Chandalar River, Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2007. Alaska Fisheries Data Series Number 2008 â 11. Fairbanks Fish and Wildlife Field Office Fairbanks, Alaska, May, 2008
Topics: Chum Salmon, Chandalar River, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, IADeposit
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Jun 25, 2008 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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2008-8 (pdf) Yukon River In-season Salmon Harvest Interviews, 2006. Alaska Fisheries Data Series Number 2008â8. J.D. Gerken. April 2008. Fairbanks Fish and Wildlife Field Office. Fairbanks, Alaska
Topics: Yukon River, Salmon, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, IADeposit
Alaska Fisheries Data Series Number 2008-1. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Fairbanks Fish and Wildlife Field Office Fairbanks, Alaska, March 2008. 2008-1. Evaluation of Sonar for Enumeration of Chinook Salmon in the Chandalar River, Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2004 - 2006. Melegari, J.L. and B. M. Osborne. March 2008.
Topics: Chinook, Salmon, Alaska, Fisheries, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Chandalar River, IADeposit
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Jun 22, 2008 Bill Sleeman
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Video introduction by Bill Sleeman, ALA Government Documents Roundtable (GODORT) chair, to the GODORT preconference "Docs2.0." The preconference was held at annual conference of the American Library Association (ALA) in Anaheim, CA, June 27, 2008 from 8:30-12:30. Speakers/topics: KEYNOTE: John Wonderlich, Program Director, Sunlight Foundation. Open House Project [http://www.theopenhouseproject.com/] James R. Jacobs, International Documents Librarian, Stanford University. Social...
Topics: GODORT, Sleeman, Docs2.0
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Copper River Native Places: A report on culturally important places to Alaska Native tribes in Southcentral Alaska. US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management technical report 56, December 2005. This report has five sections: sections 1 through 4 have discussions of sources of information on Ahtna, Eyak and Tlingit territorial knowledge and culturally-important areas that are of relevance to the recognized tribes that are proximate to the East Alaska Resource Management Plan (RMP).
Topics: Alaska, Copper River, Alaskan Natives, US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management
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May 21, 2008 US Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General
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Review of the FBI's Involvement in and Observations of Detainee Interrogations in Guantanamo Bay, Afghanistan, and Iraq, Special Report. May, 2008 The Department of Justice's inspector general report (434 pg pdf) on the FBI's involvement in detainee interrogations in Guantanamo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Reuters reports that the "Bush administration's top security officials ignored FBI concerns" and that the "FBI, alarmed by interrogation techniques such as the use of snarling dogs...
Topics: FBI, IADeposit, Guantanamo Bay, Detainees, Interrogations, CIA, US Department of Defense
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May 19, 2008 US Department of Defense (DoD)
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Information Operations, Department of Defense Directive O-3600.1 (2006). The directive, issued by the Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence), assigns baseline responsibilities for the conduct of information operations, an umbrella term that includes electronic warfare, computer network operations, psychological operations, military deception, and operations security. This document, previously withheld as “For Official Use Only,” was released in response to a Freedom of Information Act...
Topics: FOIA, US Department of Defense, Electronic warfare, Psyops, Military deception, Information...
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May 10, 2008 Richard Ruggles, Richard Miller, Edwin Kuh, Stanley Lebergott, Guy Orcutt, Joseph Pechman,
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This is the 1965 report of the Committee on the Preservation and Use of Economic Data to the Social Science Research Council. The "Ruggles Report" was a report discussed federally created economic data and the roles and responsibilities of federal agencies and research institutions in the preservation and use of economic data. The report Evaluated and gave an inventory of punchcards and Computer Tapes of Economic Data held by Federal Agencies. The report was one of the first...
Topics: Data preservation, Social science data, Ruggles, TIA, National Data Center, IADeposit
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May 7, 2008 Richards J. Heuer, Jr., Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency
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Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency 1999 Table of Contents Author's Preface Foreword by Douglas MacEachin Introduction by Jack Davis PART I--OUR MENTAL MACHINERY Chapter 1: Thinking About Thinking; Chapter 2: Perception: Why Can't We See What Is There to Be Seen?; Chapter 3: Memory: How Do We Remember What We Know? PART II--TOOLS FOR THINKING Chapter 4: Strategies for Analytical Judgment: Transcending the Limits of Incomplete Information; Chapter 5: Do You Really...
Topics: CIA, psyops, IADeposit
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Apr 23, 2008 United States Government Accountability Office
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Combating Terrorism: The United States Lacks Comprehensive Plan to Destroy the Terrorist Threat and Close the Safe Haven in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas GAO-08-622. GAO was asked to assess (1) the progress in meeting these national security goals for Pakistanâs FATA, and (2) the status of U.S. efforts to develop a comprehensive plan for the FATA. To address these objectives, GAO compared national security goals against assessments conducted by U.S. agencies and reviewed...
Topics: GAO, Terrorism, Pakistan, IADeposit
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Apr 15, 2008 Kevin M. Woods and James Lacey, Institute for Defense Analyses, US Joint Forces Command
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Comprehensive military study of Saddam Hussein's links to terrorism. The report was prepared by Kevin M. Woods and James Lacey "under the Iraqi Perspectives sub task of the Joint Advanced Warfighting Program (JAWP) task order for the Director, Joint Center for Operational Analyses and Lessons Learned, United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM)" and the Institute For Defense Analyses. It is based on the analysis of some 600,000 official Iraqi documents seized by US forces after the...
Topics: Iraq, Saddam Hussein, al Qaeda, Joint Advanced Warfighting Program (JAWP), IADeposit
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Stanford University Library's Technology Chalk Talk on October 19, 2006 featured Karl Fogel discussing the history of copyright, and its implications for the ownership of information today. Copyright is derived from a 16th-century English censorship law, later transformed by publishers and the English Parliament into a monopoly distribution right. This history differs in significant ways from our modern conception of copyright, which holds that it was invented to give writers and artists an...
Topics: copyright, information policy, digital copyright, library, libraries, intellectual property, IP,...