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    The PACER Mess

    A public concern been raised after Pacer took down big amount of the court documents.

    If Any of you are using PACER, i would recommend in public interests, to install the RECAP browser extension (for FireFox, for Chrome)

    with which you can automatically donate any document you retrieved from PACER to ARCHIVE.org (creators of wayback machine ) for historical preservation and to give free access to the same documents. And you can reduce your expenses too because RECAP will notify you if a document you are trying to retrieve is already available in Internet Archives.


    An article about dangers of hiding historical court documents by PACER: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/0...d-how-clean-it


    P.S. Donated court documents can be retrieved at http://archive.recapthelaw.org/
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    Re: The PACER Mess




    Yeah........it wasn't one of America's finest creations.

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    Re: The PACER Mess

    UPDATE,

    all RECAP cached docs and dockets you can search at: https://archive.org/details/usfederalcourts

    shortcuts For actively discussed cases on here:

    Trend Sound Bankruptcy (related: 2 and 3 )

    Telexfree bankruptcy (related: 2 and 3)

    Zeek rewards (related: 2)

    Liberty Reserve (related: 2)
    Last edited by NikSam; 09-15-2014 at 05:21 PM.

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    Re: The PACER Mess

    liberty reserve case is a mess,
    because for each defendant pacer listed it as a separate case, so all docs are duplicated in each case, but
    people retrieve and cache them from different cases.

    Here is another one, i think with most complete docket:
    https://archive.org/details/gov.uscourts.nysd.412417

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