Direct link to Archive.org 9/11 TV coverage:
The events of September 11th affected the entire world. Reactions around the globe have been captured in this archive of television news broadcasts from the period following the attacks (currently being hosted at the Internet Archive).
View the Television Archive’s September 11th Collection, which contains three days of around-the-clock footage from six networks, or see the summary video.
Was this for your info, 911veritas?
The FBI has withdrawn a secret administrative order seeking the name, address and online activity of a patron of the Internet Archive after the San Francisco-based digital library filed suit to block the action.
It is one of only three known instances in which the FBI has backed off from such a data demand, known as a "national security letter," or NSL, which is not subject to judicial approval and whose recipient is barred from disclosing the order's existence.
NSLs are served on phone companies, Internet service providers and other electronic communications service providers, but because of the gag order provision, the public has little way to know about them. Their use soared after the September 2001 terrorist attacks, when Congress relaxed the standard for their issuance. FBI officials now issue about 50,000 such orders a year.
According to the website Internet Traffic Report all Internet traffic to and from Iran is now completely halted.
And when I try, neither simple 'ping' nor 'traceroute' gets any respons from the Iranian back bone router router1.iust.ac.ir
I don't know how reliable the website is but I figured I'd post it anyway.
Internet Archive just posted the following message:
"Two of the much discussed BBC are available again, but this time as streaming flash files.
Based on the analysis of the time codes, the engineer involved is certain that the BBC was talking about the collapse before the building was reported to have collapsed on the www.911timeline.net site.
We hope to have other videos from this collection available soon.
Brewster is apparently Brewster Kahle, Digital Librarian, Director and Co-Founder of the Internet Archive.
Thanks to Reprehensor for the heads-up!