Public Information Provision in the Digital Age: Implementation and Effects of the U.S. Freedom of Information Act

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ANNEX 5 – LITERATURE AND WEB SITE REFERENCES

4.2.7. Literature

Chinoy, Ira, The Federal Page, Amendment Seeks to Open Public Files to Digital Diggers, The Washington Post, 09/18/96

“Electronic Freedom of Information Act Amendments of 1996”, Floor Debate, September 1996, Congressional record: H10451

General Accounting Office Washington DC General Government DIV, Freedom of Information Act; NonCompliance with Affirmative Disclosure Provisions, April 1986, report number; GAO/GGD-86–68

Hammitt, Harry, A Presumption of Openness, Government Executive, October 1997, Vol. 29

Lardner Jr. George, Electronic Open Records Law Compliance Inadequate Group Says, The Washington Post, 04/26/98

Mason , Sasha A, Freedom of Information Act , George Washington Law Review, April 1998, Vol. 66

Sprehe, Timothy J., Federal Information Policy in the Clinton Administration's first year, Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science, 1994, Vol. 20

Thomson, Dennis, F., Democratic Secrecy, Political Science Quarterly, 07/01/99

Unsworth, Michael. E., Freedom of Information, It's Ebb and Flow, American Libraries, June 1999, Vol. 30

Toegang tot en gebruik van overheidsinformatie: de verhouding tussen wob, auteurs- en databankenrecht met het oog op beschikbaarheid van overheidsinformatie Publikatie onderzoek aanpassing WOB, AW en DW (interdepartementale werkgroep rapport), April 2000


4.2.8. Relevant Web sites

www.citizen.org/litigation/foic/speech.htm

www.citizen.org/litigation/foic/efoia_highlight.html

www.cpsr/foia/citizens_guide_to_foia_93.txt

www.eff.org/pub/Activism/FOIA/foia.kit

www.fda.gov/foi/annual99.html

www.ombwatch.org/info/armedpr.html

www.ombwatch.org/info/efoia99/efoiareport.html

www.ombwatch.org/a4a/govimp.html

www.usdoj.gov/04foia/indextxt.html

www.youknow.com/democracy/dmoc.html

www.civiced.org/attitudes.html

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  • Introduction 7
  • 1 - Understanding Foia 9
  • 2 - Comparison Us Vs Dutch Situation 23
  • 3 - Implementation and Impact of Foia 31
  • 4 - Concluding Remarks 47
  • Annexes 52
  • Annex 1: Foia Legal Text 54
  • Annex 2 Wob Legal Text (translated from Dutch) 64
  • Annex 3: Comparative Tables Between Foia and the Wob 69
  • Annex 4 Organisation of Interviews 74
  • Annex 5 – Literature and Web Site References 76
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