The Web is a wonderful place, created by hundreds of millions of people. But it’s also fragile. Parts of it disappear every day. That’s why I founded the Internet Archive—to give us a memory. To give everyone free and universal access to our digital world.
At the Internet Archive, we’ve preserved 430 billion web pages. People download 20 million books on our site each month. We get more visitors in a year than most libraries do in a lifetime. The key is to keep improving—and to keep it free. That’s where you can help us.
The Internet Archive is a non-profit library built on trust. We don’t run ads. We don’t sell your personal information—in fact, to protect your privacy we don’t even save your IP address. But we still need to pay for servers, staff and bandwidth.
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Álvaro Ortiz donated to Internet Archive # Jan 04 2016
Ayer estuve viendo el maravilloso documental sobre Aaron Swartz https://archive.org/details/TheInternetsOwnBoyTheStoryOfAaronSwartz