Re: legality of web links to articles?
Don't let negatively worded legalese scare you off using the Web as it
WEll, what do you do about sites that explicitly say that you can't link or, if you do, then you have to ask? I provided about five examples that wanted you to ask for permission. I also noted that there were still other sites (a minority) that explicitly said, "Tough beans sistah!"
The WEB was conceived primarily for commerce; but its built on an Internet (with technical and social roots) that wasn't. And therein lies the root of the contradiction. Are the contradictions exploded through individual action or direct, social action? I say the latter. But, no politics! :))
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