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Archival storage systems are designed for a write-once, read-maybe usage model which places an emphasis on the long-term preservation of their data contents. In contrast to traditional storage systems in which data lifetimes are measured in months or possibly years, data lifetimes in an archival system are measured in decades. Secure archival storage has the added goal of providing controlled access to its long-term contents. In contrast, public archival systems aim to ensure that theirdoi:10.1145/1179559.1179562 dblp:conf/storagess/StorerGM06 fatcat:bvjcbslmibfitgqu7yczxjtnxa