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- 00:58, 28 April 2022 +53 List of websites excluded from the Wayback Machine/Partial exclusions Metapedia user "DerKroate41"
- 00:57, 28 April 2022 +34 List of websites excluded from the Wayback Machine/Partial exclusions/Twitter accounts Taylor Lorenz - recent news
- 00:49, 28 April 2022 +79 List of websites excluded from the Wayback Machine Added oberhumer.com – that's the parent site of the LZO data compression format!
- 11:05, 4 April 2022 +308 YouTube →Why download?: added a quote
- 19:45, 24 March 2022 +957 N Tom's Hardware Created page with "Tom's Hardware is a major technology news and review site which was founded in 1996.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom%27s_Hardware Tom's Hardware – Wikipedia]</ref> Its manual exclusion from the Wayback Machine undermines its trustworthiness as a long-term reference. The German-language section "TomsHardware.de" with over a decade of articles appears to have been purged at some point between late 2017 and 2022, and redirects to "TomsHardware.com".<ref>https://ar..." current
- 21:05, 11 March 2022 +102 Vendor-hosted forums typo; archive link current
- 21:43, 3 March 2022 +914 N Vendor-hosted forums Created page with "Vendor-hosted forums are unreliable in the long term, since they are more driven by vendors' commercial interests than by community interests. Additionally, they typically use proprietary content management systems, meaning a scraping script would need to be developed individually for each such forum. For example, Apple has blocked users from their support forums for posting data recovery instructions.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrILfIE9IB4 ''Jessa Jones CORRE..."
- 01:56, 15 February 2022 0 m Why Back Up? →Because They Don't Care About You: typo – "annotatoins"
- 20:20, 14 February 2022 0 m Exposure Room typo current
- 19:57, 14 February 2022 +515 N Exposure Room Created page with "'''Exposure Room''' was a video platform aimed at professionals. The site operated since at least 2008 until around 2012. Unlike YouTube, it featured a native downloading feature.<ref>[https://archive.today/http://exposureroom.com/%2B] – Archive.Today</ref><ref>[http://deletionpedia.dbatley.com/w/index.php?title=Exposureroom_(deleted_26_Jul_2008_at_00:17) ExposureRoom on DeletionPedia (July 2008)]</ref> The number of videos it stored is unknown. == References == <..."
- 16:15, 14 February 2022 +1,116 Why Back Up? →Because They Don't Care About You: about user-generated content sites
- 15:33, 14 February 2022 +148 CNET "CNET Forums" also needs a mention here. current
- 16:41, 9 February 2022 +178 Storage Media →Hard Disk Drives (HDD): adding tip current
- 14:18, 9 February 2022 +157 Twitter →Vital Signs: discontinuation of "translate.twitter.com" subforum current
- 14:01, 9 February 2022 +1 m YouTube →Site reconnaissance: reworded
- 23:33, 11 February 2022 +708 Deathwatch →2020: Added a wiki and mentioned flash game purges.
- 22:56, 7 February 2022 +211 List of websites excluded from the Wayback Machine michaelv.org – it was a web-based Windows 3.1 replica (no emulator) created by Michael Vincent that went defunct circa 2016 or 2017. They already disallowed ia_archiver via robots.txt prior to exclusion.
- 02:23, 2 February 2022 +29 List of websites excluded from the Wayback Machine happierabroad.com
- 01:06, 2 February 2022 +803 N Gifninja Created page with "'''Gifninja''' was an online GIF making and sharing site which allowed users to compose animated GIFs from multiple still images, and to upvote, downvote, and comment on GIFs. Submissions could be sorted by most recent, and by vote and view counts for a day, week, and month. The site operated since the mid-2000s until late 2013, with the final Wayback capture of the site being live being from October 19th that year.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20060901071434/http://g..." current
- 01:18, 28 January 2022 +35 List of websites excluded from the Wayback Machine pocketnavigation.de
- 01:14, 28 January 2022 +31 CNET Forums current
- 01:13, 28 January 2022 +1,473 N CNET Created page with "CNET is a major technology news and review website. Since its founding in 1994, it has changed its parent company several times.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CNET CNET – Wikipedia]</ref> When "CNET UK" was merged into the main "CNET TV" entity, the social media channels of "CNET UK" were taken down. The Twitter account was set to private, and all YouTube videos were made unlisted, which in turn lead to them becoming private in YouTube's purge of all unlisted vid..."