eBay vrs42?

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Fri Feb 11 23:02:45 2005

On Fri, 11 Feb 2005, Eric Smith wrote:

> But if two bidders choose to cooperate rather than getting in a bidding
> war, how is that unethical? Not in the seller's interest, certainly,
> but the seller's interest isn't what dictates ethics. The bidders
> choosing to cooperate doesn't make any of the bids fraudulent.

I don't think it's unethical, but some other people do and they made it

> And this isn't a sealed-bid auction, and I don't see any reason why it
> would be unethical even if it were.

I agree, but it's still illegal.

> I don't think so in either case, so I don't think it is unethical
> on eBay either.

But I think it's against their rules as well (remember: pro-seller).

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