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I have read on a different meta post that there is a system being implemented to fix bad links systematically. Could it be set up to automatically use the Wayback machine to automatically redirect until a reviewer finds a more up-to-date link?
If the link is broken the the answer probably needs to be updated, why not just fix the answer to be correct?