The UK's official internet archive is up and running, but you will have to visit a library to access it
All the websites in the UK has finally gone live, following almost a decade of negotiations between publishers and the British Library, but it can only be accessed in person, from a terminal in one of the UK's six major academic libraries, due to restrictions imposed by the 2003 Legal Deposit Libraries Act.
The project is unique just by the scope of it, which includes centuries old archival material to the more recent social networking updates, with anything and everything thrown in in between. The scope is huge and it shouldn’t be surprising the entries have already run into billions of pages.
Via Fe Angela M. Verzosa