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The internet's historical archive wants to build a back up site in Canada to protect itself from Donald Trump

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Tuesday, 29 November 2016 ()

The internet's historical archive wants to build a back up site in Canada to protect itself from Donald TrumpDonald Trump won't be sworn in as US President until January, but one major internet organization is already making back-up plans, literally.

The Internet Archive, a San Francisco non-profit that maintains one of the world's largest library of cached web sites, said on Tuesday that it was planning to create a copy of its...
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Archive.org is moving a backup copy of the internet to Canadian servers, over fears that Trump’s presidency might impact a free and open internet.

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