The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine: A National Treasure

The Internet Archive is the sponsor of the world’s largest digital library. It is a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization located in San Francisco, California.

We call this organization to the attention of our readers because the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness (CRE) receives inquiries as to our plans for ensuring that our library of the evolution of centralized regulatory review be made available for future generations.

The answer is straightforward; the Internet Archive has been preserving copies of our website since 1999, the  day we began operations and only three years after it began. The Internet Archive had a wide range of websites to digitize and CRE is fortunate and appreciates it including CRE as one of its earliest websites to digitize.

To access the digital history of the CRE website, go to Internet Archive: Wayback Machine and insert into the search engine. Miraculously a page will appear with links to the CRE website from present day back to 1999. The CRE library will be available for use by future generations.

That said, the Internet Archive cannot survive on accolades, we encourage of all our readers to make a donation to this national treasure.

Center for Regulatory Effectiveness, Washington, DC

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