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Chillingworth, Mark
December 2003
Information World Review;Dec2003, Issue 197, p44
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with Mike Wicksteed, a member of the team behind the Hutton Inquiry Web site, which releases inquiry evidence and government records into the public domain in Great Britain. Inquiry conducted into the alleged suicide of biological weapons expert Dr. David Kelly; Scope of information contained on the site; His views on putting out every court record onto the Internet for public access.


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