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    A global network of experts archiving the Web for future generations.

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  • Internet
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    The web is a unique and dynamic resource that is of high value to current and future researchers.

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    IIPC members archive the web on a local, national, and global scale.

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    Our community comes together annually to share experiences and present solutions.

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  • Who is the IIPC?

    IIPC members have the unique expertise to collect, preserve and make accessible knowledge from the global web.

    Preservation Spotlights

    The Power of Web Archives: Forecasting Geo-Political Events

    Web archives are extremely useful to social science researchers who are tracking contemporary events around the world.

    The Power of Web Archives: Making Government More Efficient

    The web is often the only source for government information. Web archives keep important records of the government and ensure efficient services.

    The Power of Web Archives: Rooting out Bad Apples

    Researching the social web with web archives.

    The Power of Web Archives: Documenting Current Events

    Current events and news are documented on the web. As time goes on new stories replace old, but web archives keep a record of our past.

    The Power of Web Archives: Building Better Search Engines

    Web archives are used as large test-beds for computer science research.

    The Power of Web Archives: Avoiding Litigation

    Web archives are begining to be used in the legal field as a record of busniess.

    The Power of Web Archives: Preserving Pastimes

    Web archives capture sites important to keep for a variety of reasons, including for hobbies and entertainment.

    Why Archive the Web?

    Information published on the World Wide Web today will be the primary resources for future researchers.