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VOLUME 22 NUMBER 10 November 2005
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services
WSIS Preview and Highlights of PrepCom-3
In Geneva, delegates from around the globe gathered in late September at the World Summit on Information Society preview. ITI, Inc.'s vice president of content was there for an up-close and personal look at the activities, the arguments, and the players.
by Dick Kaser
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Encryption Key to Data Security
More enterprises are beginning to examine their own internal safeguards in the midst of escalating data security threats.
by Phillip Britt
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The USA PATRIOT Act and Libraries:
A Sensitive Relationship

Here's an interpretive look at the federal lawsuit filed last August by a member of the American Library Association after receiving a National Security Letter from the FBI.
by George H. Pike 
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The Key to Findability
Peter Morville, aka The Father of Information Architecture, has a new book called Ambient Findability.
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New Study Reports Effects of OA on Scholarly Journals
The Facts About Open Access provides plenty of data on OA.
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Campus Copyright Made Easy
Copyright Clearance Center teamed up with Blackboard Learning System for a hassle-free way for faculty and staff to obtain licensing services.
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Perseus: Getting All the Answers
Here's one Web survey application that has beefed up its system to get better results faster and more efficiently.
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All the News, All the Time
Inform Technologies, LLC is raising the bar on how people use and retrieve news.
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Up Front with Barbara Quint
Google Print and Open Content Alliance

bq gives us a proper introduction to OCA, the loose-knit coalition backed by Yahoo!, the Internet Archive, and a network of libraries, publishers, academics, and large content providers.

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NewsBreak Update
Digitization Plans Top the News
by Paula J. Hane

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Focus on Publishing
Web Publishing 2.0
Robin Peek takes us on a journey and shows how the Web is developing and should continue to be developed in the future.

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Internet Waves
Identity Crisis
Shirley Duglin Kennedy explores the world of passwords and how they have become an integral part of our lives.

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Legal Issues
Google Print and the Fair Use Doctrine
George Pike retraces Google Print's footsteps into copyright, fair use, and the world of publishing.

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NewsMakers Page 32
Database Review
Yahoo! Goes Deep
Mick O'Leary examines the fee-based beta version of Yahoo! Search Subscriptions and just how deep it actually drills.
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Laying Odds on the World Summit
by Dick Kaser
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Letter from the Editor Page 16
by Gib Robbie
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International Report
Digital Update: London Portal Opens Doors to the City
With the spotlight on the U.K., here's a look at the new one-stop London Portal, The British Library's largest digitization project, and the health-oriented UK Biobank that's taking the pulse of a half-million people.
by Jim Ashling
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People Line & the Executive Profile Page 37
Product News & Reviews Page 39
Off to London Town
Donald T. Hawkins provides a sneak preview of the upcoming conferences around the globe. 
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InfoX 2005: Information IQ
Highlights from the Big Apple's banquet of ITI, Inc. conferences: Business Intelligence, Taxonomy Boot Camp, Innovations in Search, Buying Digital, C2: Connect & Collaborate.
by Marydee Ojala, Donald T. Hawkins, and Paula J. Hane
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Conference Calendar

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Cover Notes
Book Review
Coming to Grips with Metadata

Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval
by David Haynes
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
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In Other Words
Mergers and Acquisitions—Legal and Otherwise
A look inside Information Today, Inc.'s other publications
by Lauree Padgett
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LinkUp @ Home 
Visit Link-Up Digital for additional Web-only content!

Personalized Gifts on the Web
by Thomas Pack

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Fixing Computer Glitches
by Reid Goldsborough

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Fighting the Good Fight
by David King

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