_ We can exclude pages from the Wayback Machine at http://www.archive.org,
but we first respectfully request that you help us verify that you are
the site owner or that your claim otherwise fits our exclusion criteria.
To that end, we ask for any one of the following to be carried out:
_ -send your request from the main email contact listed on the site
_ -point us to where your personal information (name, personal contact
info, image of self) appears on the site in a way that identifies you as
the site owner or author of the content you wish to have excluded - in
this instance, we would ask to verify your identity via a scan of a
valid photo id (sensitive info such as birth date, address, or phone can
be blacked out).
_ -forward to us communication from a hosting company or registrar
addressed to you as owner of the domain.
_ Or, if there is a live site that you believe is very clearly associated
with the site to be excluded, we will consider the following:
_ - a request from the registrant's email (if publicly viewable on WhoIs
Lookup) or webmaster’s email listed on the site.
_ - a request posted on the site itself (please send us a link).
_ If none of these above options are available to you, please let us know
via reply to this address.
_ Finally, please be aware that we would be very grateful if you would
help us preserve as much of the archive as possible. To that effect,
please let us know if there are only specific files or directories about
which you are concerned so that we may leave the rest of the site intact.
_ As you may know, Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library,
seeking to maintain via the Wayback Machine a freely accessible
historical record of the Internet. The material in the archives are not
exploited by Internet Archive for commercial gain.
_ The Internet Archive Team