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July 29, 2005

WSJ Writes About The (Il)Legal Uses of The Wayback Machine

David Kesmodel of The Wall Street Journal has written an interesting article on the uses, both legal and possibly illegal, of The Wayback Machine (Alexa Internet's free archive of the Web) in forensic investigations and litigation.  Worth thinking about.

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