On 26/09/13 08:58, J. McRee Elrod wrote:
> In the last few days my use of the Internet has had two interruptions:
> A virus caused me to be taken to advertisements, as opposed to the
> site I had identified through a Web search. A train derailment in
> Saskatchewan severed an optic cable, interfering with Web access in
> Western Canada.
> In the brave new world of linked data, will such interrupt ions affect
> patron aces to bibliographic data, assuming the data must be
> assembled from a variety of sources?
This also raises the question of whether we should be using https://
URLs rather than http:// URLs for the security of knowing that the
information send by the remote party was the information we received.
Library Technology Services http://www.victoria.ac.nz/library/