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Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 26 Jul 2018 06:11:04 -0500
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The Wayback Machine is a free archive of the entire publicly available web
(and a great deal of other information) maintained by a non-profit
organization called the Internet Archive. According to its website, the
Wayback Machine has been archiving the Internet since 1996 and currently
archives over 333 billion web pages. A single copy of this archive takes up
over 30 petabytes of space—30 *million* gigabytes. Put simply, the Wayback
Machine is an inconceivably large, entirely free archive that “captures and
preserves evidence of the contents of the Internet at a given time.” *United
States v. Gasperini*, 2018 WL 3213005, at *5 (2d Cir. Jul. 2, 2018).
The Wayback Machine is not perfect.

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