Sunday, January 1, 2017

Internet Archive Setting Up Shop in Canada to Avoid Facing Persecution from Trump

In the wake of Trump’s election, the Internet Archive has announced it will be moving a copy of its archive to Canada. The archive is one of the world’s largest public digital libraries. Part of the site includes the Wayback Machine, which preserves old websites, allowing researchers to access pages deleted by politicians and others. We speak to the founder of the Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle. Full story here 


No comments: