---- Internet Archive Named in Suit Over Archived Pages
jdkuehne - 4:51 pm on Jul 14, 2005 (gmt 0)
But on at least two dates in July 2003, the suit states, Web logs at Healthcare Advocates indicated that someone at Harding Earley, using the Wayback Machine, made hundreds of rapid-fire requests for the old versions of the Web site. In most cases, the robot.txt blocked the request. But in 92 instances, the suit states, it appears to have failed, allowing access to the archived pages.
Perhaps I am missing something, but doesn't the IA store thw archived pages on its own servers? How is it possible that Healthcare Advocates could see these requests in their own logs?