The Blog of Legal Times + Follow this blog Manage MyAlerts CREATE NEW ALERT close Get alerted any time new stories are posted from The Blog of Legal Times. Please set the delivery schedule for this alert. Frequency Daily Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Time Overwrite Existing Alert: Create Alert Thank You! Don’t forget you can visit MyAlerts to manage your alerts at any time. By Todd Ruger, Legal Times, @ToddRuger PACER Changes Draw Ire of Attorneys, Journalists August 26, 2014 12:07 PM EDT | 1 Comments share share by mail share on linkedin Facebook share on twitter share on google+ Share With Email Send Thank you for sharing! Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided. print reprints The federal judiciary this month removed years of court records from its online archives, drawing concern from attorneys, journalists, researchers and open-record advocates who rely on remote access to files. Sign up for a free digital membership and get great benefits like: Already Registered? Sign In now 5 free articles* every 30 days, from other ALM publications Exclusive discounts on ALM events and products Legal Times digital newsletter, plus your choice of more than 30 digital newsletters Access on the device of your choice: smartphone, tablet, or desktop Unlimited free access to Corporate Counsel and Law Technology News online Create Account with LinkedIn Register Now *May exclude premium content VIEW COMMENTS ( 1 ) ADD COMMENT What's being said Sign In Terms & Conditions Bruce Burdick Aug 27, 2014 The Courts wouldn‘t be denying public access to court electronic records to try to thwart RECAP in order to rip off the public by charging even more outrageous access fees, would they? Yes, they would. Since RECAP is undercutting the outrageous $0.10 per page, by making the same documents available for free, greed has set in to try to protect this source of revenue. Ripping off the public by charging excessive fees for public domain documents has become big money for courts. Public service is not the priority of court administrators, getting extra revenue for courts to waste is the priority. It‘s disgusting Government, trying to feed on the public, as usual. Comments are not moderated. To report offensive comments, click here. Preparing comment abuse report for Article# 1202668069612 Send Thank you! This article's comments will be reviewed.