History Rewritten With Alerts for ‘Fact-Checked’ Sites


The Internet Archive, commonly known as Archive.org and IA, is intended to act as a historical archive. In addition to digitally hosting more than 1.4 million books and other documents, Archive.org acts as a historical vault for the internet, preserving cached versions of websites that are no longer accessible to the public.1
Billing itself as a “nonprofit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites and more,”2 Archive. History Rewritten With Alerts for ‘Fact-Checked’ Sites

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