While researching T239061, i discovered https://annual.wikimedia.org/2014/ loads the script https://tools.wmflabs.org/wmcounter/wmcounter.data.js . This is a tool controlled by User:Emijrp - a prominent Wikipedian.
I see two concerns here:
B) Loading JS from a toolforge tool controlled by a retired wikipedian onto a *.wikimedia.org domain is a security risk. What if said user misplaces his ssh key? What if said user becomes disgruntled and turns evil (Not saying that would happen, just going through the possibilities)? Any code on *.wikimedia.org domains should be controlled by official WMF repos.
I would suggest just modifying the 2014 report to have the current value of the script. Sure it might break the edit counter, but its from 2014, does anyone really care?