@nedelne_rano @resist1984 @frommMoritz There's a big difference in making content searchable or cloning it completely forever.If it's in the search and the author decides to delete it,search links will return Error 404 after clicking it.Yes,there may be some other cache but I'm talking about pure search results.This isn't problematic.If you delete it and there's an exact copy of the page which isnt removed,this is a problem in some cases.
wayback machine respects robots.
And claiming that it is "one more reason to use cloudflare" is kinda wierd.
And yes, you can get your site removed from wayback machine.
If you don't want your information public, don't make it public. Facebook already disallows crawling, so does Twitter, by the way. So your point is mostly moot anyway.
CloudFlare unilaterally deciding to screw over one of the main projects keeping Internet history is not that balance.
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