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His opinions in such matters were selected for presentation in international computer science andcriminology conferences.
The Administrative Office of the US Courts has implemented invalid public access (PACER) and case management (CM/ECF) systems in the US courts, which undermine the integrity of US court records.
The request detailed numerous deficiencies in the electronic records systems of the US courts. Furthermore,implementation of the electronic records systems amounted to a sea change in court procedures. The UScourts failed to publish valid Rules of Courts, to establish the new court procedures, deemed effective by theUS Courts following the implementation of the systems.The core deficiency of the systems is in enabling the publication of simulated PACER dockets, and simulated
court orders and judgments, which the clerks of the US courts refuse to certify. 
Implementation of PACER and CM/ECF effectively established two separate and unequal classes in access to the courts and to court records, thereby allegedly discriminating against pro se filers and the public at large.
filers (non-attorneys) are routinely denied access to electronic filing and to court records throughimplementation of the systems. Therefore, the request claims that the systems undermine their Human,Constitutional, and Civil Rights.
The electronic public access and case management systems of the US Supreme Court undermine the foundation of the Rule of Law.
The request notes similar deficiencies also in the electronic systems of the US Supreme Court.
Conditions, which were established through implementation of the electronic records system, undermined the integrity of the US courts in both Human, Constitutional and Civil Rights and Banking Regulation matters.
The request claims that restoration of integrity of the electronic records systems is essential not only for the
protection of rights of the People, but also for restoring the integrity of US Banking Regulation. [, ] Itclaims that conduct of the courts is a key factor in the current financial crisis, which is often overlooked.Unless the issues are addressed, it is unlikely that US Banking Regulation will be restored.Therefore, it is claimed that addressing these issues is essential for restoring both civil society and socio-economic development.
Proposed corrective measures
The request also proposes corrective measures:
Restoring the integrity of the offices of the clerks of the US courts:It is claimed that conditions that today prevail in the US courts are similar to those that prevailed in theearly 20
century, and that both then and now, such conditions are central cause of the socio-economiccrises. The
(1919), which placed the clerks of the US courts under the authority of the USAttorney General was credited with restoring the integrity of the offices of clerks of the US courts a
century ago. 
Enactment of federal rules of electronic court records:As part of the transition to electronic administration of government, the US Congress passed the
(2002) and the
(2000). The US Department of Homeland Security
(2004) further established policies for validation and authentication of electronic systems and electronic records of the Executive Branch agencies. Standards were accordingly