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Monday, May 13, 2002

The Link Goes On

"When is a link a copy, and when is it just a link?" [Testing the Links, Could Legal Challenges Limit Internet Linking?, at ABCNews] [via llrx] "Instead of designing its own site to work around the Web's deep linking feature, the Dallas Morning News sent out its lawyers to force everyone else with a Web page to change their behavior." [Deep Links? Yay!, at TCS Tech Central Station] [via Glenn Reynolds] "Let's say that my site becomes popular and attracts many viewers who used to use the [New York Times] site's own, advertising-filled, table of contents. My parasite has now deprived the Times of advertising revenue." [Deep Links? No Way!, at TCS Tech Central Station] [via Glenn Reynolds]

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