@praveen I am sure it was available when I check it last. I do not know why it was removed.

Does archive.org remove webpages on government's request?

@themystery they probably do that, I don't see any other explanation.

india pol, AarogyaSetu 

@praveen Honestly, I find it funny how the government dealt with it. The company that had published the analysis has now replaced it with some kind of apology.

india pol, AarogyaSetu 

@themystery they were threatened, so they did not have much choice. And as usual they just declared there was no security issue. I don't find it funny, that was expected if you seriously looked at the history of all Indian governments (including past governments). They have no reluctance to lie. And when there is no one to make them accountable, they get away with it, like their affidavit in Supreme Court about Saifuddin Soz detention. indianexpress.com/article/indi

india pol, AarogyaSetu 

@praveen To me, more surprising thing is that archive.org decided to comply with the GoI's take-down request/threat. They are outside GoI's jurisdiction and the best the government can do is block them.

india pol, AarogyaSetu 

@themystery @praveen ShadowMap founder is an Indian, so the possibility is that the shadowmap.com team might have asked archive.org to remove it upon govt threats.

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