This question can be answered with either "Yes" or "No". Neither of those are good answers.
The ability to find an answer for this doesn't draw from expert knowledge of programmers, but rather that of regulators, lawyers, and research librarians (read the paragraph beginning with "Reference or research librarians help people doing research to find the information they need").
The primary skills here are google-fu. Furthermore, those who do not have access to something that isn't likely an open standard can only say "I can't find it if it is" - also a poor answer.
As such, this question doesn't fit the Stack Exchange model for Q&A.
On P.SE, it would get closed as:
Questions asking us to recommend a tool, library or favorite off-site resource are off-topic for Programmers as they tend to attract opinionated answers and spam. Instead, describe the problem and what has been done so far to solve it.
(please read Why was my question closed or down voted? - the section beginning "Asking for a link to something or statistics").