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LOCKSSLots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe (Stanford University)
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Preservation redundancy was also an issue brought up by several people, such as the LOCKSS model (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) both for safeguarding access and to ensure information was not "tampered" with by the government.
She has worked on institutional repository teams, including at Stanford, where LOCKSS was created.
(14.) LOCKSS: Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe, http://www.lockss.org/.
Presumably, when Florida was a partner in the PeDALS LOCKSS plan, these were issues that were discussed, but no plan to implement these procedures was discoverable, and no law mandates such a plan or its implementation.
Currently, Godrej Lockss enjoys 2.9 per cent share of Bahrain locking solutions market, which has a potential of approximately $15 million, according to company officials.
LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe), the related project CLOCKSS, (4) and Portico are initiatives to assure permanence somewhere of electronic versions of periodicals and more.
In addition, because the directory structure echoes the file names, we were able to automate the storage of content and the creation of attendant LOCKSS manifests (see Figure 5).
Stanford University's initiative to preserve digital data is called LOCKSS: Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe.
Our summer intern partners are the Center for Research Libraries, the Florida Center for Library Automation, the LOCKSS program at Stanford University, the Northeast Document Conservation Center, OCLC, the Smithsonian Institution Archives, Safe Sound Archive, the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, the University of Michigan Libraries, and the Internet Archive.
Reich and Rosenthal (2003) argue that the LOCKSS Program, funded by the Andrew W.