A legal use for a cool tool...
"Lawyers are using the Way Back Machine (a Web site) to obtain information that no longer resides on the Net. The Way Back Machine has been storing data since 1996. It has over 40-billion Web pages.
If you've never been to that site, it's pretty cool. Check out your Web site from years ago. Or if you'd like to see what Amazon or Yahoo looked like way back, it's available."
I wonder if pages that were taken down by the operators & are no longer viewable are admissable from the archive? Interesting.
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