|who can claim copyright|
|Dilbert, September 2 2010|
The Dutch justice system warned the National Archive about the legality of publishing the NSB papers. As a consequence many pundits gave their opinion. In the end it is agreed by most that the National Archive allows people to do a faithful study of the period only because these newspapers are published.
The nazis and fascists will indeed be able to find these sources but they are there also for everybody else. Given that they prefer to quote out of context, the publication may even be a blessing in disguise for those who fight fascist propaganda.
For more information see the Q&A of the National Archive about this issue (in Dutch).