n. (also Controlled LOCKSS)a nonprofit, membership-based digital repository for dark archives of publicationsFox 2007, 27CLOCKSS uses as its underlying technology the same infrastructure as LOCKSS, but for the purpose of creating a dark archive of content.Craigle 2017, 232In 2010, Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA) launched the Law Review Preservation Program, an initiative which archives law reviews hosted on the Bepress DC platform in Controlled LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) or CLOCKSS.CLOCKSS 2020aCLOCKSS (Controlled LOCKSS) employs a unique approach to archiving (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) that was initiated by Stanford University librarians in 1999. Digital content is stored in the CLOCKSS archive with no user access unless a “trigger” event occurs. The LOCKSS technology regularly checks the validity of the stored data and preserves it for the long term.CLOCKSS 2020bToday, with 300 supporting libraries and 286 participating publishers, CLOCKSS preserves the authoritative versions of 38 million journal articles, over 26,000 serial and 200,000 book titles, and a wide array of supplementary materials and metadata information, regularly checking the validity of stored data and preserving it for the long term. . . . As an independent, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization, CLOCKSS is committed to keeping fees affordable, to allow libraries and publishers of all sizes and budgets to participate in CLOCKSS.