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Blouin, Francis X.; Ginsburg, Jane C.; Hirtle, Peter B.

"I was curious about websites because we’re now
beginning to accumulate websites and we were thinking about using a website
service so it makes it very simple just to find it, click it, ship it and we have
archival access to it. But the problem of course is these websites are so
complicated and you don’t actually know what you’re fully accessing because there
are lots of links; there are lots of portions that may go unexamined. Have you had
any experiences with websites that are essentially transnational, that are essentially
built in this country but linked to things that are governed by laws outside of U.S.
control?"

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May 26, 2011
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