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Google will no longer back up the Internet: Cached webpages are dead

Anonymous  02/03/24 (Sat) 14:25:27 0e85a0 (21) No.20351729

Google Search will no longer make site backups while crawling the web.


Google will no longer be keeping a backup of the entire Internet. Google Search's "cached" links have long been an alternative way to load a website that was down or had changed, but now the company is killing them off. Google "Search Liaison" Danny Sullivan confirmed the feature removal in an X post, saying the feature "was meant for helping people access pages when way back, you often couldn't depend on a page loading. These days, things have greatly improved. So, it was decided to retire it."


The death of cached sites will mean the Internet Archive has a larger burden of archiving and tracking changes on the world's webpages.



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