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  There's a message next to my saved link that says it is going to expire, or it has already expired. Why?  
Some Web sites will have pages or articles available for a limited time. The Web site from which you save the link will determine how long you will have access. We do not have control over the accessibility to links that expire. However, in many instances we can detect when a Web site has determined that access to a particular article or Web page is limited. If an expiration date for a Web page or article is detected, the link will include an expiration notification message when added to your SAVE THIS account. The notification message will contain the date on which you will no longer be able to access the saved link. If access to the link has already expired, the notification message changes to notify you of this. We will not remove expired links from your SAVE THIS account.

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