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On 2019/11/5 they announced on [https://twitter.com/GfycatHelp/status/1191770073259577344 Twitter] and [https://old.reddit.com/r/gfycat/comments/drzj4g/nov_18_removal_of_infrequently_accessed_anonymous/ Reddit] that they are removing some content on 2019/11/18.
 
On 2019/11/5 they announced on [https://twitter.com/GfycatHelp/status/1191770073259577344 Twitter] and [https://old.reddit.com/r/gfycat/comments/drzj4g/nov_18_removal_of_infrequently_accessed_anonymous/ Reddit] that they are removing some content on 2019/11/18.
  
On 2019/11/6 the Archive Team Warrior begone the big task of saving the content from Gfycat this was concluded on 2019/11/22 and provided data amount of 18 TB (18108 GB) saved by the archive team
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On 2019/11/6 the Archive Team Warrior begone the big task of saving the content from Gfycat this was concluded on 2019/11/23 and provided data amount of 18 TB (18108 GB) saved by the archive team
  
 
== Legal Threats ==
 
== Legal Threats ==
 
* Dan McEleney accused ArchiveTeam of a DDoS attack and threatened with legal action on [https://twitter.com/textfiles/status/1192518136878321664 2019/11/7].
 
* Dan McEleney accused ArchiveTeam of a DDoS attack and threatened with legal action on [https://twitter.com/textfiles/status/1192518136878321664 2019/11/7].

Revision as of 14:17, 23 November 2019

Gfycat
Gfycat logo
Gfycat-logo.png
URL https://gfycat.com/
Project status Online!
Archiving status Partially saved
Project source gfycat-grab
Project tracker gfycat
IRC channel #deadcat (on hackint)
Project lead Unknown

Gfycat is a user-generated content short video hosting company founded by Richard Rabbat, Dan McEleney, and Jeff Harris. It was a pioneer of the video alternative to GIF.

2019

On 2019/11/5 they announced on Twitter and Reddit that they are removing some content on 2019/11/18.

On 2019/11/6 the Archive Team Warrior begone the big task of saving the content from Gfycat this was concluded on 2019/11/23 and provided data amount of 18 TB (18108 GB) saved by the archive team

Legal Threats

  • Dan McEleney accused ArchiveTeam of a DDoS attack and threatened with legal action on 2019/11/7.