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Series of questions about blogs and data generated

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#1 ITicSoWhat


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Posted 06 January 2016 - 05:17 AM

#1 If I make a blog and write predictions in it and once they come out in the future, how can I proof that I never edited it afterwards?

#2 Can I still edit some small parts of the post without editing the part about the prediction, and still be able to proof that I didn't edit the prediction part?


#3 Do I need to have a blog that is connected to a search engine in order to be able to proof it?

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