RE: Legality of web links to articles? (Take II)

Subject: RE: Legality of web links to articles? (Take II)
From: "Earl Cooley" <shiva -at- io -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 12:41:37 -0600

> CNN.com posted an article about a British company claiming a patent covers
> hyperlinking. If this is found to be true and relevant, (I can't
> imagine it will be) the rules on hyperlinking may change dramatically.
>
> And as for the link to the article...

You can get several articles by using the keywords "bt hyperlink patent"
in Google. If BT wins their first case, I fully expect that their web
site will be scragged by hackers, with nothing left but a smoking hole....

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e=sc^3 (shiva -at- io -dot- com) Earl Cooley III

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RE: Legality of web links to articles? (Take II): From: Justin Ressler

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