Curbed NY: See Greenwich Village’s historic buildings in one handy map

Curbed NY: See Greenwich Village’s historic buildings in one handy map. “The map shows the 2,200 buildings located within the district as they looked back in 1969, and has over 1,000 entries with information on those landmarks. The map is divided in 17 sections, including Transformative Women; Artists’ Homes; Social Change Champions; Course of History Changed; Great Writers; and Edward Hopper’s Greenwich Village.”

Public Records: Personal Information on New York City Voters Is Now Available for All to See (New York Times)

New York Times: Public Records: Personal Information on New York City Voters Is Now Available for All to See. “The city’s Board of Elections recently posted its voter enrollment lists to its website, a massive upload of thousands of pages, covered in tiny all-caps letters, that offer a district-by-district breakdown of voters sorted by party and street name — one line for each of the 4.6 million active registered voters. City officials said that the information was already public record, and that a new forum did not change its availability. But the move raised alarms among privacy advocates and some election experts, who said the ease of access could play into the hands of mail scammers, internet trolls and domestic violence perpetrators.”

Genealogy’s Star: Reclaim the Records Wins Again: Index to millions of New York marriage records reclaimed!

Genealogy’s Star: Reclaim the Records Wins Again: Index to millions of New York marriage records reclaimed!. GS quoting the announcement: “Greetings from Reclaim The Records! We’re that scrappy little activist group of genealogists, historians, journalists, and open government advocates, fighting for better public access to government-held genealogical and historical documents. And today, we’re pleased to inform you that we just won our fourth lawsuit! We fought the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) for the index to marriages performed in the state of New York post-1965, and after seven months, a judge has now ruled in our favor.”

New York Times: Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation

New York Times: Facebook’s Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation. “Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals Facebook struck with some of the world’s largest technology companies, intensifying scrutiny of the social media giant’s business practices as it seeks to rebound from a year of scandal and setbacks.”

New York Post: New database allows New Yorkers to view lawsuits filed against NYPD

New York Post: New database allows New Yorkers to view lawsuits filed against NYPD. “A newly released database allows New Yorkers to peruse thousands of lawsuits filed against the NYPD — allowing them to track how much taxpayer money has been spent to settle cases against cops in their local precincts since 2015.”