by Mike Masnick
Tue, Apr 2nd 2013 4:15pm
Back in January, we had mentioned that Aaron Greenspan had offered up three $5,000 grants in memory of Aaron Swartz, for certain key improvements to RECAP, the browser extension that automatically uploads PACER documents to the Internet Archive, making them publicly available. The Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton -- where RECAP was initially developed -- and Greenspan have now announced that two grants have been awarded: one for creating a Chrome browser RECAP plugin and another for extending the capability to work with the appellate courts as well. While it's cool that these grants have been given out, it's even cooler that RECAP is now available for Chrome. If you're a PACER user and a Chrome user, go get the plugin now...
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