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Defamation Lawyer: remove defamation from Wayback Machine

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Websites’ Haven!

This is a real challenge to any defamation lawyer and a concern to many internet users.

Did you know that even after you delete your website, it can still be accessed by anyone through the WayBack Machine?

The WayBack Machine is the largest website archive in the world. It contains over 150 billion web captures and it includes content from more than 200 million websites.

If you feel a bit nostalgic today and want to see what your website looked like 10 years ago –  WayBack Machine will take you right back there in no time.

Of course, there is a slight downside to all this. Just when you think that certain internet content has disappeared forevermore, there is a good chance it is still there, and that it can still be found and viewed by the public.

Websites never die. They go to website heaven, the largest website archive in the world.

WayBack Machine

Have a safe trip.

By Defamation Lawyer

Yair Cohen

Defamation Lawyer Internet Law Centre

Internet Law Centre


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