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Manipulate archived internet pages? Yes we can!


Previous articles described how The Wayback Machine (TWM, www.archive.org) may be used to establish a date of public availability for a particular internet page, which may be useful in legal proceedings. These articles also discussed a pitfall when dating information from a page which uses frames. This article discusses another pitfall, which relates to the use of objects in a page.

Generally, an internet page is scripted into HTML (HyperText Markup Language). HTML elements form the main building blocks of an...


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