Google Supports Free Law, Public.Resource.org & the Law.gov movement with 10^100 Grant

Hi Friends,

Thanks Google for supporting free law … again :) Last year Google Scholar gave the world free USA case law (with internal page numbers) and now Google has announced the first recipients of its Project 10^100 grants, including Public.Resource.Org.

To quote the Google announcement :)

We are providing $2 million to Public.Resource.Org to support the Law.Gov initiative, which aims to make all primary legal materials in the United States available to all.

Carl Malamud gives an update on the Law.gov movement on the O’Reilly Radar blog, including a few of the projects the funds will support. Of course… more to come – you know Carl :)

Please enjoy the Google Project 10^100 video and Gov 2.0 videos of Carl.


Google 10^100


Fall 2009


Spring 2010


Fall 2010

Thanks Google! and Congrats to Carl and Public.Resource.org! Onward!!!

Peace,

Tim

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