Federal data on the Internet: Federal Register, Commerce Business Daily

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Date: July 1994
From: Searcher(Vol. 2, Issue 6)
Publisher: Information Today, Inc.
Document Type: Article
Length: 450 words

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Long ago and far away, in the mists of technological history, today's commercial online services received substantial early support from the federal government by mining valuable, low- or no-cost, machine-readable federal data. Many online providers still rely heavily on federal data--all those case opinions from federal courts on LEXIS and Westlaw come to mind. The tradition continued into a new technological era as the National Library of Medicine's Medline database became the original file of many major CD-ROM providers. Here we are in the age of the Internet and the Information Superhighway and, once again, truckloads of federal data are rolling.

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