Internet Memory Foundation, a non-profit institution, was established in 2004 in Amsterdam under the name European Archive Foundation, to support and develop digital archives in open access. In 2010, it changed its name to Internet Memory Foundation to express its interest in preserving web content as a new media for current and future generations. Currently Internet Memory Foundation hosts hundreds of terabytes of archived websites on open access including its own collection and collections from partner institutions. This includes organisations such as The UK National Archives, the National Library of Ireland and CERN.
- Start date: 2005
- Archive interface language: English
- Access methods: URL search, Keyword search
- Harvesting methods: National Domain, Selective, Event