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Public archives of Usenet articles have existed since the early days of Usenet, such as the system created by Kenneth Almquist in late 1982.[54] Distributed archiving of Usenet posts was suggested in November 1982 by Scott Orshan,nike air chaussures who proposed that "Every site should keep all the articles it posted, forever."[55] Also in November of that year, Rick Adams responded to a post asking "Has anyone archived netnews, or does anyone plan to?"[56] by stating that he was, "afraid to admit it, but I started archiving most "useful" newsgroups as of September 18."[57] In June of 1982, Gregory G. Woodbury proposed an "Automatic access to archives" system that consisted of "automatic answering of fixed-format messages to a special mail recipient on specified machines." [58]
In 1985, two news archiving systems and one RFC were posted to the net. The first system, called keepnews, by Mark M. Swenson of The University of Arizona,air max 90, was described as "a program that attempts to provide a sane way of extracting and keeping information that comes over Usenet." The main advantage of this system was to allow users to mark articles as worthwhile to retain.[59] The second system, YA News Archiver by Chuq Von Rospach,replica luxury watches was similar to keepnews, but was "designed to work with much larger archives where the wonderful quadratic search time feature of the Unix ... becomes a real problem."[60] The same Chuq Von Rospach in early 1985 posted a detailed RFC for "Archiving and accessing usenet articles with keyword lookup." This RFC described a program that could "generate and maintain an archive of usenet articles and allow looking up articles based on the article-id, subject lines, or keywords pulled out of the article itself." Also included was C code for the internal data structure of the system.[61]
The desire to have a fulltext search index of archived news articles is not new either, one such request having been made in April 1991 by Alex Martelli who sought to "build some sort of keyword index for [the news archive]."[62] In early May, Mr. Martelli posted a summary of his responses to the net,cheap nhl jerseys noting that the "most popular suggestion award must definitely go to 'lq-text' package, by Liam Quin, recently posted in alt.sources."[63]
Today, the archiving of Usenet has led to a fear of loss of privacy.[64] An archive simplifies ways to profile people. This has partly been countered with the introduction of the X-No-Archive: Yes header, which is itself seen as controversial.

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