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Cryptome offers its archive free to libraries

Cryptome, a website that collects material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance — open, secret and classified documents — is making its entire archive from June, 1996 – November, 2005 available. They’re selling their archive of 27,000+ files for $25/DVD, but will give the DVD for free to libraries and educational institutions. Simply send an email to John Young at jya [at] cryptome.net.

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