Steve Schultze, associate director of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton, is calling for Congress to pass legislation making federal court records free to the public. All of those records are already online, but they’re behind a paywall on PACER.
Schultze made his appeal as part of a series of talks sponsored on Capitol Hill by the Advisory Committee on Transparency, a project of the Sunlight Foundation.
Sunshine Week is coming up in March. Do you have any ideas for making government more transparent?