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In 1998, Alexa gave a copy of all web pages to the Library of Congress

A copy of Alexa's archive of web pages, totalling 2 TB in size, was given to the Library of Congress in 1998.

A copy of Alexa’s archive of web pages, totalling 2 TB in size, was given to the Library of Congress in 1998.

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