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August 16, 1995| Times Staff and Wire Reports

SEC Chairman Backs Internet Access to Corporate Records: Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt Jr. said he is committed to preserving public Internet access to the agency's vast library of corporate records. An experimental project operated by Internet Multicasting Service and New York University has provided free access through the Internet computer network to the SEC's "Edgar" files since 1994, but the project will close Oct. 1 because it is running out of grant money. The Edgar files are a vast repository of corporate annual reports, proxy statements and other filings made by nearly 75% of the nation's public companies.

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