References

We wish to thank institutions that have trusted us since 2005.



TNA, The National Archive (The United Kingdom)

The National Archives has partnered with the Internet Memory Foundation (The European Archive Foundation) to provide the UK Government Web Archive since 2005. The IMF provides a high quality web archiving service, tailored to our specific needs, which enables The National Archives to preserve a rich seam of UK Government information, much of which is now only available online. The IMF have worked closely with us on key strategic priorities, such as the Web Continuity service, enabling us to deliver a world-class archive and redirection service for all users of UK Government websites.



CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research (Switzerland)


The World Wide Web was invented by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) in 1989. CERN has now chosen the Internet Memory Foundation (the European Archive) to ensure preservation of its public web pages. We are delighted to be a partner of the IMF, and appreciate the high quality web archiving service it offers, and the efficient and helpful support from its staff.