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Encounter: How Much of the Internet Is Fake?
Turns out, a lot of it, actually. Source: How Much of the Internet Is Fake? — The article is from 2018, and I have to confess I didn’t look for more recent statistics, but I can imagine it only got worse. I did a quick of search on this topic, and a lot of articles …
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ArchiveBox: Open-source self-hosted web archiving.
https://github.com/ArchiveBox/ArchiveBox ArchiveBox is a powerful, self-hosted internet archiving solution to collect, save, and view sites you want to preserve offline. You can set it up as a command-line tool, web app, and desktop app (alpha), on Linux, macOS, and Windows. You can feed it URLs one at a time, or schedule regular imports from browser …
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All the levels of redirection
The web is full of redirection these days.