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The Internet Archive, an important initiative that maintains a record of the evolving Web, has the promise of being a key resource for historians and those who study the Web itself. The Archive's goal is to index the whole Web without making any judgments about which pages are worth saving. The potential importance of the Archive for longitudinal and historical Web research leads to the need to evaluate its coverage. This article focuses upon whether there is an international bias in itsdoi:10.1016/j.lisr.2003.12.009 fatcat:rur7mtb7kbc27posduma46uxcy