__/ [ Tony ] on Wednesday 22 February 2006 21:30 \__
> Gemma Davies wrote:
>> Los Angeles: United States Internet giant Google infringed copyright rules
>> by posting thumbnail-size photos from other websites on its search-results
>> pages, a US judge said in a ruling issued yesterday.
> Dead link. Try http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=88136
I think some questions to ask are:
* Did Perfect 10 know what robots.txt actually is?
* Did they use it?
* Did they permit crawling?
* Did they understand the consequences?
* Did they not enjoy seeing a rise in traffic to their site?
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