The Judicial Conference took steps Tuesday to end “secret” dockets in federal courts and to eventually put audio of federal court proceedings online.

Meeting at the Supreme Court, the conference — the policy-making body of the federal judiciary — urged all federal courts to end the practice whereby some cases under seal “vanish” from electronic dockets and databases.

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