Preserving the contents of the web is a significantly important activity. The web today is a common worldwide details system, but considerable quantities of its contents vanish daily. The typical websites stays online for hardly 100 days. This seminar unites specialists in this field to talk about the significant problems in the dispute around this subject, the future capacity of web archives to scholars and scientists, and the difficulties in web archiving that deal with libraries, organizations, people and federal governments. (Morning Session).
Speaker Biography: Dame Wendy Hall is teacher of computer technology at the University of Southampton, England, and holder of the 2016 Kluge Chair in Technology and Society.
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