The internet's historical archive wants to build a back up site in Canada to protect itself from Donald Trump
Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Donald 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. The Internet Archive Is Moving To Canada To Stay Safe From Trump 00:39
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