Last updated on September 15th, 2021 at 09:29 am
The historical collection of web content generated during the Internet Memory Foundation’s (IMF) activity has been donated to Arquivo.pt and is now searchable!
The IMF was a European organization dedicated to preserving web content that was wound up in 2018.
The 1st web archiving project in Europe (2004-2010) was led by Julien Masanès (who was guest of honour at the celebration of 10 years of Arquivo.pt) and was called European Archive Foundation.
In 2010, Julien Masanès, the “father” of Web archives in Europe created the IMF.
Examples of pages from the collection donated by the IMF
The collection donated by the IMF has now been integrated in the Arquivo.pt collection to be preserved for posterity.
This collection is composed of 142 million files that total 6.3 TB of historical information whose texts or images can now be searched through Arquivo.pt.
Life Science Competence in Europe portal, 2009.
LIMES project homepage (Land and Sea Monitoring for Environment and Security), 2009.
Project Intelligence-territoriale homepage, 2009.
European Parliament news page in the 20th anniversary of the break of the Berlim Wall, 2009.
Le Figaro about French presidential election, 2012.
Reuters with a new about WikiLeaks, 2011.
Internet Memory Foundation homepage, 2014.
Search this new collection!
This new collection has been named “InternetMemory” in the Arquivo.pt collections list.
Searches can be made on this collection using the collection search parameter or through the custom search page available at arquivo.pt/InternetMemory.