MacNeil 2000 (†286)MacNeil, Heather. Trusting Records: Legal, Historical, and Diplomatic Perspectives. (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2000).
- trustworthiness (Introduction, p. xi): When something is said to be trustworthy it means it deserves, or is entitled to, trust or confidence. (†244)
- trustworthiness (Introduction, p. xi): When a record is said to be trustworthy, it means that it is both an accurate statement of facts and a genuine manifestation of those facts. Record trustworthiness thus has two qualitative dimensions: reliability and authenticity. (†245)