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Defamation lawyer: why websites never die

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Sometimes people find that images that were deleted from the internet many years ago make a sudden online reappearance.

In one instant we traced the  reappearance  of an image back to the WayBack Machine which is the largest website archive library in the world.

It is possible to search the archive for websites as they appeared at different dates over the years. This means that offensive images, defamatory web pages and other unwanted content stay on the internet, possibly forever more.

As defamation lawyers we always do our most best to ensure that the internet content that we remove from the visible web is also removed from any known internet archive libraries.

Defamation lawyers that truly understand the web

By Defamation lawyer Yair Cohen

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