Re: [ltans] Concrete examples of long-term archiving

Ernst Jan van Nigtevecht <ejvn@sonnenglanz.net> Thu, 04 August 2011 17:55 UTC

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Dear Martin,
As far as I know, the British Library uses the ERS standard to proof the 
integrity through time of the digital collection. (I have to check for 
some more info; it's some time ago I heard about it.)

Regards

Ernst Jan

On 4-8-2011 18:21, Martin Augusto G. Vigil wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am a PhD student and I have been working on a survey on long-term authenticity and proof of existence. I have found many solutions (e.g. ERS, Patricia Trees, etc), projects (e.g. ArchiSig, Prokopius, HP's Content Integrity Service) and even acts (Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Directive 2001/115/EC) but few real life examples in which long-term archiving is required and was already used.
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> May someone point some concrete examples?
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> Kind regards,
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