Our simple tool allows anyone to generate a public records request with all the necessary legal boilerplate, all for free. Use your FOIA Machine account to track the progress of your requests, all from one place. Access an extensive database of jurisdictions and government agencies to find out where, and how, to send your request.
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A still alive and updated archive of telephony information. Area codes, exchanges, regional telcos, rate centers, deployed hardware types, and more.
You can even search on some data sets.
Without the consent of the veteran or next-of-kin, the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) can only release limited information from the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) to the general public. You are considered a member of the general public if you are not the veteran, asking about a veteran who is of no relation to you or seeking information about a veteran who is a relative but for whom you are not the next-of-kin. The next-of-kin is defined as any of the following: the un-remarried widow or widower, son, daughter, father, mother, brother or sister of the deceased veteran.
Such access is intended to strike a balance between the public's right to obtain information from Federal records, as outlined in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and the veteran's right to privacy as defined by the Privacy Act.
Search over 16 million beneficial ownership records. Disclosures from over 7 million companies. Search by company name or number. Cleaned company data, matched against OpenCorporates. Overcome the limits of national registers: Search by name. Data on owners from over 200 jurisdictions. Intelligently de-duplicated ownership data.
Beneficial ownership and control is about the people who ultimately call the shots, or receive the benefits, from a company. Disclosure can help bring an end to the abuse of anonymous companies.
A list of interesting aircraft - Governments, Dictators, Military, Historic and just plain odd.
A site that aggregates, prettifies, and reposts SEC filings. Even has RSS feeds on a per-company basis.
A search engine for public records archives and sub-searches around the country.
Perma.cc helps scholars, journals, courts, and others create permanent records of the web sources they cite. Perma.cc is simple, free to use, and is built and supported by libraries. Free to use at 10 records per month, unless you're an academic. Designed specifically so that it can be used for citations. Has an API. Open source. Written in Python, uses Django. Stores things as WARC files.
How to configure dnsmasq to return the same IP address for any A record a client might request. This feature was added for people constructing public access points.
How to configure dnsmasq to return the same IP address for any A record a client might request. This feature was added for people constructing public access points. The difference between this one and the other one is that this one is how to do it from the command line and not the configuration file.
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