beSpacific was publicly launched on January 4, 2003, but its archives go back to September 2002. It has consistently been one of the best sources for law, technology, and research news and resources, including links to reliable primary and secondary sources on e-government, government documents, copyright, civil liberties, privacy, ID theft, freedom of information, censorship, and many more important topics.
beSpacific is edited by Sabrina I. Pacifici, whom I was honored to meet recently at BlawgThink. She is a law firm librarian and web manager in Washington, DC, an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland College of Information Studies, and a principal of the Center for Information Policy (CIP) at the University of Maryland. She is also the editor of LLRX.com, which was one of our research tips last month.