The Internet Archive website provides free full access to out of copyright materials. Government documents, books, audios, moving images, and a music archive are all available to be viewed. The content on the site is provided by any person or institution who would like their materials preserved.
On the site, the Wayback Machine is a place where old internet websites can be viewed and digital content can be saved. Over 150 billion pages are provided.
The Moving Images library has over 500,000 free movies, films, and videos. Educational and community videos are included.
The Live Music library provides over 100,000 items from over 5,000 bands. Live concerts that are strictly non-commercial are listed.
The audio archive and MP3 library lists over two hundred thousand free digital recordings, from concerts to news programs to book readings. Many of the audios are available for download.
The E-books and texts archive has over 3,000,000 fiction, popular books, children’s books, historical texts and academic books. Many use the Creative Commons licenses. Some international collections are also included.
These and many other libraries are listed on the website.