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What else can happen with the data?


Public parts of the BOE disappear from the network due to de-indexing. A different case of 'loss' of information.

The news published on April 28 in expands the casuistry in relation to the "disappearance" of online content. On this occasion, there are public parts of the BOE that are no longer accessible through a search (unless it is direct) through the search engines. As we can see, it is not only true that the cloud 'is the computer of another' but in this case, that other, does what it considers appropriate with the content.

Knowing this, from Glyphstock we suggest those interested in keeping this information or any other digital content, which can keep both the historical BOE currently available and each new addition or update thereof through our new offline data storage service in Optical disc.