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19 February 2008

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Neil

That O'Reilly story is over a year old; the REAL news is much more recent. As Lawrence Lessig reports(1), Malmud's resource.org and Lessig's CC have together purchased a database with a substantial portion of all federal cases. The group has made the data available xml format free for developers to use as they wish.

(1): http://lessig.org/blog/2008/02/big_news_in_the_free_law_depar.html
See the resource.org press release at http://bulk.resource.org/courts.gov/0_Press_20080211.pdf (pdf).

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