dencorso Posted October 15, 2018 Share Posted October 15, 2018 Done, thanks! Well, yes, the very nature of the webpages already introduce some uncertainity as links change, pages die and even with the ginormous effort done by the Internet Archive, things fall into the memory hole without being actually intentionally thrown there. Besides this (which is, after all, due to entropy growing), we do have lots of cases of things very deliberately thrown into the memory hole, but it all becomes really outrageous when some agent (usually a corporation or other non-physical entity) reaches inside one's device at one's home or inside one's pocket to remove (pilfer?) content from inside it, no matter what kind of licence they purportedly have allowing them to do it legally (if at all). 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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