The 7th Conference on Privacy and Public Access to Court Records will be held on March 4 and 5, 2010 in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. The conference is sponsored by the Center for Legal and Court Technology and the National Center for State Courts, with assistance from the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. Topics to be discussed at the conference include:
- Court Public Access Policy Implementation: Recent Developments
- Emerging Issues in E-filing and Privacy
- Bulk Data: Latest Trends
- New Media in the Courtroom and at the Courthouse: Texts, Tweets & Blogs, Oh My!
- Privacy and the Public Record: The Big Picture Debate
- Public Electronic Access to Federal Court Records “PACER”: New Initiatives, New Challenges
For more information, please see the conference announcement.
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