"The Limited Liability Company Law and Partnership Law include provisions regarding the publication required upon the formation or authorization of domestic and foreign limited liability companies, limited partnerships and limited liability partnerships (hereinafter referred to as 'limited liability entities'). The applicable statutory provisions should be consulted prior to publishing.
Limited liability entities that are formed or authorized to do business in New York after June 1, 2006, which fail to comply with the publication requirements within 120 days after their formation or qualification will have their authority to carry on, conduct or transact any business suspended. "
TL; DR Do not violate the publication requirement. When suing a New York LLC, a common tactic is to show this requirement was not met. That then retroactively dissolves the LLC and lets you pierce through to the owner's assets.
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. Do not take legal advice from my Internet comments.
"Within 30 days of filing the Fictitious Business Statement, you are required to have the DBA statement published once a week for four (4) successive weeks in a paper of general circulation in the county where the business is operating."
There are services you can pay $30 that will print your statement in some random paper that no one reads to satisfy the requirement. It's a racket for sure.
You can bet the local newspapers in Cupertino / Mountain View / Palo Alto etc have a lot of tech job ads on a Sunday.
It occurs to me that I actually mean "whatever is convenient to me". Of course, what is convenient for one person might be ridiculous to someone else.
You can upload media, the foundation isn't just for archiving websites.
Is it still "primary" if it has been downloaded from the internet, converted between formats, copied across various storage media...
Betting on something like archive.org or just printing it out and placing it in a bank vault or at a notary seems a much better idea. There are also companies and organization dedicated to long term storage, they are most likely a better choice, too. Even printing it out and placing it in a shoe box in the attic may have a better chance for still being around in a couple of decades, though it may be more likely to be discovered by accident than reliably retrieved at some point in time.