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The International Internet Preservation Consortium is an international organization of libraries and other organizations established to coordinate efforts to preserve internet content for the future. It was founded in July 2003 by 12 participating institutions,] and had grown to 48 members as of 2014.

Membership is open to archives, museums, libraries (including national libraries), and cultural heritage institutions

Participating national libraries and archives include the Austrian National Library, National Library of Poland, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Bibliothèque nationale de France, British Library, National Library of the Czech Republic, German National Library, National Library of Israel, National Library of the Netherlands, Library and Archives Canada, National and University Library in Zagreb, National and University Library of Iceland, National and University Library of Slovenia, National Diet Library (Japan), National Library of Australia, National Library of Catalonia, National Library of China, National Library of Finland, National Library of Israel, National Library of Korea, National Library of New Zealand, National Library of Norway, National Library of Scotland, National Library of Sweden, Swiss National Library, and The National Archives (United Kingdom) and The Royal Library, Denmark.

Other participating organizations include the University of California Digital Library, Hanzo Archives, Internet Archive, Internet Memory Foundation, Institut national de l'audiovisuel, National Library Board of Singapore, Virtual Knowledge Studio of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, United States Government Printing Office, University of North Texas Libraries, and WebCite.

The website is [2].

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