Tag Archives: PACER

PACER: False Sense of Security?

This summer, we blogged about whether PACER was a factor in “Snitches Getting SStitches because the names of witnesses and informants are easily searchable in PACER documents. Now there’s question about PACER users

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The High Price of PACER

In April 2015, LLM, Inc. posted about the crusade to improve public access to the Court Electronic Records (PACER) system, which critics felt had numerous challenges and shortcomings. This year, another call for

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The Call for a Change of PACER

There’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” and then there’s Carl Malamud’s ongoing crusade against PACER — seven years to be exact. According to Jason Tashea’s post on DC, the founder and

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