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Wednesday, 29th September 2004

2004 Governor's Election Guide

Resources, Reports, Tools, Lists, and Full Text Documents
R&D
Source: R&D Magazine
The 42nd Annual R&D 100 Awards
The most, "technologically significant products introduced into the marketplace."
See Also: Searchable Database of Past Award Winners
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Government--Canada--Databases
Source: Library and Archives Canada
Cabinet Conclusions
From the site: "This research tool provides access to the Cabinet Conclusions which summarize the discussions that took place at the meetings of the Federal Cabinet. They document decision-making at the highest level of the Canadian government and offer researchers a glimpse into Canadian politics for the years 1944 to 1973. The tool provides a unique look into the policies and processes of Cabinet as it is possible to search on one topic and retrieve results from all years of the Conclusions."
+ Access the database
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Foreign Relations--United States
Source: U.S. Dept of State
Just Released, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964-1968, Volume XXXI, South and Central America; Mexico.
Publication Announcement ||| Summary ||| Full Text
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Gubernatorial Elections
Source: Governing.com
2004 Governor's Election Guide
+ Full coverage of the 11 Governor's elections- includes profiles, news, and poll data.
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Congressional Research Service
Source: CRS (via Federation of American Scientists)
New/Recently Updated Congressional Research Service Reports
+ Nuclear Terrorism: A Brief Review of Threats and Responses
+ Requirements for Linguists in Government Agencies, September
+ Lawfulness of Interrogation Techniques under the Geneva Conventions
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Internet Filtering
Source: Open Net Initiative
Just Released, Full Text Paper, A Starting Point: Legal Implications of Internet Filtering
"In this paper, the Open Net Initiative (ONI) considers some of the legal implications of controlling access to Internet content through filtering. ONI -- a research partnership of the Berkman Center, University of Toronto's Citizen Lab, and the University of Cambridge -- documents Internet filtering by collecting empirical data about the parties who censor web traffic and the types of sites blocked in different countries. This paper considers the legal ramifications of this data."

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