IRS won’t fix database of nonprofits, so it goes dark

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Rogue archivist Carl Malamud writes, “Due to inaction by the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Congress, Public.Resource.Org has been forced to terminate access to 7, 634, 050 filings of nonprofit organizations. The problem is that we have been fixing the database, providing better access mechanisms and finding and redacting huge numbers of Social Security Numbers. Our peers such as GuideStar are also fixing their copies of the database.” Read the rest

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IRS won’t fix database of nonprofits, so it goes dark

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