The Wayback Machine is a massive archive of web pages dating back nine years. Named after a device in an old cartoon show - The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show, the Wayback Machine makes it possible for lawyers to search for web pages that might have infringed their client's copyrights. According to the Wall Street Journal, lawyers now ask their staff, "can you do a Wayback on that?". Dell's lawyers used the Wayback Machine to shut down DellComputersSuck.com. They used evidence gleaned from the Wayback Machine to prove to an arbitration panel that the site had infringed Dell trademarks. The Wayback Machine stores one million gigabytes worth of data found in over 50 Million web sites, comprising over 50 Billion web pages. It is growing at the rate of 20,000 gigabytes per month. Check out the Wayback Machine here.