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Subject:Re: Looking for Copyright info From:Steven Connell <rand3 -at- HAVEN -dot- IOS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 30 Sep 1996 14:30:42 -0700
I'm planning to have a page in my organization's intranet site that
Internet Web sites of interest, such as Oracle Corporation, Microsoft,
and the like. Some people have told me I need permission from these
corporations; others say I do not. I think I should get the
permission. What do you all think?
As a webmaster, I appreciate when people tell me that they are linking to
my site, but I believe this is more courtesy than requirement.