"Now that Washington's censorship law is sacked, we're now compiling 23 million records on the entire criminal justice system in Washington state. It's going to take a while but this searchable web database will be on line by December 31st 2003. Any person visiting this site after that point will be able to search for any employee by any type of information they have available for all of Washington state from Governor down to the newest court clerk in Yelm that is available in the public record. The reasons for this are simple. First, the entire justice system in this state has worked very hard to DENY access to the system and second, they are paid with tax dollars and should be completely accessible in spite of their budget cuts. Now we're going to guarantee the right of due process by providing meaningful and absolute access to all employees that work in the justice system "wherever they can be found".
and the new MIT website for building 'dossiers' on government and corporate officials: