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Magnetic Tapes - File Law

Over the past few weeks, over one thousand people have signed the open letters published on Facebook and on the Nyílt titok (Open secret) internet forum, demanding to be informed about what is on the magnetic tapes held by the National Security Office as well as what a reasonable File Law should include. The signatories are determined to express their opinion on the constitutional rights of the freedom of research and information concerning this specific issue. Researchers specializing in this field feel obliged to answer the questions raised by civil society and to share what they know.

In order to meet this objective, an international conference will be held February 1, 1:00 p.m. 2010 in OSA Archívum (1051. Budapest, Arany János u. 32.). Experience of the scientific investigation of the past and of informatics systems in the Czech and Slovak Republics will be presented by Dr. László Bukovszky and Tamás Keszeli; a presentation about the state of affairs concerning Romanian legislation will be delivered by Stefano Bottoni; historian Krzysztof Persak will speak about relevant research in Poland and Imre Barczi will present the archiving of the magnetic tapes of the National Security Office in Hungary.
The moderator of the discussion will be János Kenedi.

The organizers: OSA Archívum, the Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the Club for Public Freedom cordially invite all those who are interested to attend.

The conference is sponsored by Naumann Stiftung, the European Comparative Minority Research Foundation, and the Polish Institute.
The language of the conference is Hungarian

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