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What is WARC and Why is it Important for Regulatory Compliance?

If you’re trying to archive your website, whether for litigation readiness, corporate heritage, or you are just trying to make sure your website is compliant with your industry’s regulatory requirements, you will likely encounter a little ol’ file type called WARC (Web ARChive).

How To Archive Adobe Experience Manager Website Content For Compliance and Litigation Readiness

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) as a cloud service comes with a few native tools for short-term back-ups and version control. But if you’re looking to create a legally-admissible, compliant archive of your AEM website content, Adobe itself warns that these features are, “not intended as an audit log or for legal purposes.”

How Do You Archive a Website?

There are many reasons why an organization might want to archive a website. For example, it might be a public sector or financial services entity that’s legally obligated to keep accurate records of all website data. Or the organization could be aiming to better protect itself against false claims and intellectual property theft of website content. Or perhaps a completely new website is being launched and the old one has to be archived to ensure the long-term preservation of what amounts to an important historical document for the organization.

PageFreezer Partners with Yext

PageFreezer has partnered with Yext to provide the company’s customers with the ability to archive their Yext Pages for compliance. The PageFreezer for Yext app is now available through the Yext App Directory.

The FCA on Social Media and Website Content

When it comes to regulations in Europe, transborder legislation like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II tend to get most of the attention.

The Art of Archiving Complex Modern Websites

You’ve probably heard of web crawlers (sometimes also called spiders or spiderbots). Much like real spiders scurrying around, these bots systematically scour the internet for website content. They discover and visit sites by following links in order to copy pages and process them.

PageFreezer Releases 3rd Generation of Dynamic Website Capture Technology

PageFreezer is proud to announce the release of the 3rd generation of its dynamic website capture and archiving technology.

TeleMessage Partners with PageFreezer for Social Media and Mobile Communications Archiving

TeleMessage, the leader in innovative mobile messaging and mobile archiving solutions is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with PageFreezer, a leader in website & social media archiving for compliance & eDiscovery.

Top 12 Tools for Accessing And Creating Website Archives

Websites are home to a wealth of information. With more and more information existing online, organizations are actively using their websites as their primary marketing, sales and relationship-building channel. Despite the ease of using websites, recordkeeping precautions must be taken. Recordkeeping regulations in every industry require organizations to make conscious efforts to collect histories of their website content. Regulations aside, collecting website archives is also handy in litigation cases, as website content becomes subject to investigations and eDiscovery.

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