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Submission + - Declassification Process for 400 million pages (archives.gov)

linzeal writes: The newly minted National Declassification Center has been tasked by President Obama with eliminating the backlog of more than 400 million pages of classified records that are more than 25 years old by the end of 2013. The National Archives has prepared a draft prioritization plan to guide its declassification activities, and has invited public input on the plan. A public forum on the subject will be held on June 23. This may be a bonanza for the community of historians and intelligence buffs who have been left without significant source material to work with; in some cases since WWII, especially in terms of any information on cryptography, image analysis and espionage.
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Declassification Process for 400 million pages

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