The New York Times reports that simple-to-use digital technology will make it more difficult to distort history in the future, thanks to the efforts of researchers at the University of Washington. On Jan. 27 the researchers released the initial component of a public system to provide authentication for an archive of video interviews with the prosecutors and other members of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Rwandan genocide. The group also released the first portion of the Rwandan archive. The system is intended to be available for future use in digitally preserving and authenticating first-hand accounts of war crimes and...

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