See also: Don't
Use the Google Cache as Anonymous Surf
20 March 2003, revised 2 August 2004. A legal professional asked about the
availability of a dated Web page cache. She knew about the Internet
Archive. Here are some of the answers we received:
Update: 2 August 2004. Google has
returned to providing dates on cached Web pages.
Greg Notess: Google used to include both the date of
the cached copy of a Web page and the date stamp from the server storing the
page. It removed both dates so that the only way that I know to determine
the date of the cached page, is to use clues in the content of the page
A newer search engine, Gigablast,
offers dated cached copies of Web pages. It also provides the date stamp of
the page at the time it was cached. (Submitted by Greg Notess, Search
Steven Cohen: For blog content, try Daypop.
Click the link for "cached [date]" in the search results.
(Submitted by Steven Cohen, Library