Internet Content Disappearing, Research

Internet Content Disappearing, Research
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Internet Content Disappearing, Research

Washington: A new study has revealed that web patches and online content on the Internet Disappearing.

According to the latest research, the web is often considered a place where content lives forever. But patches are being deleted or removed, leaving large parts of the internet dead.

For example, 38 percent of all web pages on the Internet in 2013 have disappeared. Even new web pages are disappearing, with eight percent of existing web pages no longer available in 2028.

According to research, this means that huge amounts of news and important references on the Internet are disappearing. About 23 percent of news patches and 21 percent of government websites contain at least one broken link, while 54 percent of Wikipedia page references contain a link that does not exist.

Something similar is happening with social media platforms. 20 percent of tweets disappear within a few months of being posted on X.

The study, conducted at the Washington-based Pew Research Center, collected samples of nearly one million web pages and looked at whether these pages existed between 2013 and 2023.

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