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From: Uncle Roger <sinasohn_at_ricochet.net>
Date: Fri Dec 18 14:19:54 1998

At 09:14 AM 12/17/98 -0600, you wrote:
>There have been other cases where sites were "framing" content from
>other people's sites - imagine a super-news site that gave you the
>impression all the content was their own, but that only embedded
>(via links) content made by others, side-stepping their menus
>and banners, etc. Today's relevant bit from TBTF below.

I can certainly see the issue with making content appear to be yours, when
in fact it was someone elses (I seem to remember someone framing WSJ
articles this way, and rightfully getting busted.)

However, the simple act of "get your tickets at ticketmaster.com" (with an
embedded link) is more akin to "go three blocks that way, and turn left and
you'll see TM on the right".

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