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Press: “DPLA steering committee still secretive, as shown by LibraryCity’s survey of SC members of Harvard-hosted digital library initiative”

Posted by DPLA on July 6, 2011 in Press.

“Isn’t it time for Harvard Law School, host of the DPLA by way of the Berkman Center, to catch up with the National Public Radio? NPR holds public board meetings, just like public library systems such as Boston’s. I’m dismayed that Harvard so far is tolerating the DPLA’s secrecy, especially when DPLA committee member Carl Malamud has beaten the drums again and again for government openness and was an Internet broadcasting pioneer.”

From David Rothman’s post on LibraryCity.org, “DPLA steering committee still secretive, as shown by LibraryCity’s survey of SC members of Harvard-hosted digital library initiative