Internet Fraud Complaint Center
“The Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C).”Its mission is to address fraud committed over the Internet. There are links for reporting terrorist activity, how to file a complaint and the information requested. In addition, there are links to statistics and IFCC warnings.
Key International Resources for Business and Economics
This website is maintained by the Goizueta Business Library at Emory University. It is described as a portal to quality international business and economics web sites arranged by broad subject category. You can browse the subjects alphabetically. Under each subject there is the name of a resource, a link to its website, and a brief description of the websites contents.
National Archives and Records Administration 1930 Census Locator
This site contains the microfilm lists for the 1930 population schedules and the Soundex indexes (12 southern states), searchable by over 120,000 geographic locations (all states and territories). It is not a family or individual name index. There is information on what to expect at this site, what questions were asked in the 1930 census, FAQs, search strategies, how to view, rent, or purchase the microfilm. and a listing of the NARA regional facilities for viewing the microfilm.
Nixon White House Tapes
This NARA website section provides information concerning the 1779 hours of Nixon tapes. All are available now for reproduction. Links to ordering information and description of the various subjects of the tapes are supplied.
The United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary
The Senate Committee on the Judiciary has jurisdiction over intellectual property issues in the Senate. It seeks to keep the nation’s copyright laws up-to-date as well. There are links to pending legislation, related legislation/law, related committee hearings, progress reports, and related government agencies.