CPT's Government Information Page
- CPT web page on special issues concerning access to legal
Government Information" by James Love, Director Consumer Project on
INFO-POLICY-NOTES , (formerly called TAP-INFO) is an internet
publication produced by the Consumer Project on Technology. It often
includes articles about citizen access to government information. You can
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- Ralph Nader's September 21, 1996 Address to FOIndiana on Freedom of Information.
- The United States Information Agency's "secret" Web pages . Believe it
not, the U.S. government cannot give out the URL
http://www.usia.gov/usis.html to U.S. citizens unless you visit the agency
in Washington, DC and ask in person. (Of course, it's not too hard to
find this using standard search engines.) Our favorite page is the
one that links to the embassy web sites. This "secret" web page is at
http://www.usia.gov/regional/posts/posts.htm . We are involved in
litigation over this issue.
- There is a story in the June 20,
1996 issue of Cybertimes about the lawsuit mentioned above.
(The New York Times requires a password to access their site).
- Contact List federal FOIA officials
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