What is This Site?
Liberty Archives is a FREE privately run data archiving website, a digital library, an entertainment hub, a social media hub, blogging platform, forum, video, audio, image, game hosting service. Our goal is to collect and archive as much content/data on physical drives as we possibly can to preserve our culture and history. We download torrents, scrape websites, and use custom scripts to mirror Youtube Channels. It is important to protect the internet and flow of information from powerful forces with malicious intent, and we wish to be a cog in the mechanism that protects against censorship.
In order to continue doing what we do, we rely on donations
to help invest in data storage, hardware, bandwidth, VPNs and electricity usage.
In an age of abundant DMCA take-downs, a piracy witch-hunt and life destroying legal repercussions, we have to be able to control who has access to the full archives. However, we are currently open to new registrations.
How to Get Started
Sign Up and answer the simple bot-preventative questions
To prevent spam-bots, an activation link has now been sent to your specified email address. Click the link and if you can't find it, be sure to check your spam folder.
Once you have activated, Log In to your new account.
Now you will have to join a group to gain permissions. Different groups allow you to view various sections of the forum, and pages on the website. To be able to view our full archive, select the "Liberty Archives" group. Your application is now pending, and when approved (within 24-48 hours) you will be able to browse all pages on the website and access our full archives.
Notes & Tips
If you don't receive your activation email (likely because your email provider rejected mail from our server) send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from your specified email address to let us know you didn't receive the activation link and we will activate your account manually.
Please download at YOUR OWN RISK. Due to the amount of content we host, it's impossible for us to scan & test every file that is on this site. We try our best to read comments and list verified content, but we recommend you still do your own diligence and test installers on a virtual machine or sandbox. Remember, always decline 3rd party installations and never click any ads during the installation of an application.