Internet Archive will provide page information to keep users informed of developments. In this way, information about confirmation will be received.
Internet Archive will provide page information
The Wayback Machine platform provides access to archived versions of web pages. Thus, users can get information by viewing old versions of websites.
However, in large-scale and high-impact events such as elections, websites can be used for misinformation and speculation. Internet Archive will therefore take a sharp decision to remove related web pages. It will also inform users about why these web pages were removed.
Internet Archive also cooperated with giant platforms such as FactCheck.org, Check Your Fact, Lead Stories, Politifact, Washington Post Fact-Checker, AP News Fact Check, USA Today Fact Check, Graphika, Stanford Internet Observatory, and Our.news. In line with the information received from these pages, the Internet Archive will be able to make a clearer decision about whether or not to remove the pages. In addition, if there is a footnote on the relevant page, the information will be made in yellow text.