Les liens sont de plus en plus temporaires.
75% des liens cités de 1994 sont
Les connaissances scientifiques publiées sont gardées par des entreprises dont il faut payer un abonnement pour y accéder.
As the digital is the primary source of thruth, it easily allow to rewrite the content.
The case of the Kindle books is cited for many examples.
The links themselves are less used. There is an example of a district-court opinion pointing to a tiktiok video !
“A May 2020 TikTok video featuring the Reversible Octopus Plushies now has over 1.1 million likes and 7.8 million views. The video can be found at Girlfriends mood #teeturtle #octopus #cute #verycute #animalcrossing #cutie #girlfriend #mood #inamood #timeofmonth #chocolate #fyp #xyzcba #cbzzyz #t (tiktok.com).”
Again, the stunning success of the improbable, eccentric architecture of our internet came about because of a wise decision to favor the good over the perfect and the general over the specific. (called procrastination principle).
At some point, the procrastination principle paid off.
Some thoughts about the Wayback Machine and the Internet Archive 👍
A similar project: perma captures a webpage at a given point of time a provide a new URL in https//perma.cc/xxxx to access to it.
About restricted area that keeps record of dangerous or censored content. In those cases, there should be a means of record-keeping that, while unavailable to the public in just a few clicks, should be available to researchers wanting to understand the dynamics of online censorship. There is a restricted section in Howgwards btw.
In the same way, what happens when the InternetArchive forgets too ?