[Bell Historians] TES archives and historic items

Bickerton, Roderic (SELEX GALILEO, UK) Roderic.Bickerton at zCepuMlgSC0fURlnCI9mU5OwzeyXyA5RYPru0AI9Ent2T1HHJnvtD6pp53-NYyhls7MpXQMXYma1dgf908o9TRYEyMKSZ5GOvAmQfg.yahoo.invalid
Tue Sep 22 16:07:10 BST 2009

"The point is that there is no RIGHT of access at all - free or 
otherwise. It is private property and likely to remain so until the 
owners/controllers decide otherwise.

One might also be making an assumption that the archives are, in 
fact, owned by the trading company. They may be vested in a separate 
holding company ...


Absolutely correct. We have been very privileged to be allowed access.
My point is that we may well have to be prepared to pay and or house
items in order to get future access.

It will certainly simplify things if They prove to be vested in a
holding company.

I still cannot see that anything I have ever said can be interpreted as
anything other than fully accepting that the information is private
property that we have no rights over what so ever.

We can only ask to be considered when its fate is decided. Not doing so
could result in not being told what is to happen and losing any
possibility of arranging a rescue bid.
Hopefully it won't come to that.

> I am not suggesting there is or ever was any right to free access.

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