The button “I’m feeling lucky” in Google directs you straight to the first search result. That link changes with, at least, user and time. I might be interested in keeping proof about what that link was for me, at a given time.

Is there any way of storing that resulting link, in a way that it is guaranteed it was the actual link returned by Google (i.e., that it is not confused/tweaked)?

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    The "I'm Feeling Lucky" button is now mostly a little Easter egg. Mouse over it and it changes to "I'm feeling generous" or "I'm feeling puzzled" and so on. Clicking it takes you to one of a number of Google experiments, games, or items of interest in, say, Google Maps.
    – ale
    Apr 29, 2015 at 1:07

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For personal purposes, use one or any combination of the following:

For other purposes, besides the above, could be necessary a controlled environment an a notary.

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