Japan’s NRA To Digitize & Release 900,000 Pages Of Fukushima Disaster Documents

Japan Daily Press is reporting that the NRA has announced a project to scan and post online 900,000 pages of documents from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. The documents cover the first 12 months and include a variety of aspects of the disaster.

These will come from various government agencies but currently won’t include any private TEPCO documents. The publicly available information will be searchable online when finally made available within two years.

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