(Did a search and didn’t see this discussed here)
The Internet Archive is being sued over copyright infringement, and there are suggestions these lawsuits might threaten its existence:
If true, that’s already a grave concern to a lot of us. But it also makes me wonder — how much suing would it take to bring down our precious Wikitree? I know the backup procedures, but I really, really don’t want us to have to use them...
This article on the subject from 23 June offers a little more than the Vice article:
In the early days of the covid crisis, Internet Archive loosened some borrowing restrictions on more recent materials to improve at-home access-"National Emergency Library".
Several publishers responded with lawsuits. Blog post with Brewster Kahle's response at: