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legal works. For example, over 50% of links cited in US Supreme Court 
opinions no longer refer to the intended content. provides a 
web archiving framework designed to mitigate this problem. In addition 
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institutional affiliation can create a free account that can archive ten 
links per month. Accounts with no quota are available to faculty 
members, journal publishers, and courts. works in any modern 


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