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Man I’m so tempted ;)
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from Lodispoto 2493 Days ago #
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When they realize how stupid that is it’ll be removed from their user agreement. They want deep linking as we all know.

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from BogglesMyMind 2490 Days ago #
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Hmmm I wonder how long they keep their articles "live" at the site.  I know that I get frustrated when I read an old blog post which cites a Yahoo news story, for example, because often the content has expired and you get an error page when you click through to Yahoo.If I am not going to keep an article on the same page forever I may want to dissuade someone from linking deeply?Not saying this is why but that would be a reason to consider this rule, non?

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from mattstoddart 2490 Days ago #
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good example of why lawyers and SEO don’t mix.

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from JakePM 2490 Days ago #
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hmmmm.  i would think that’s more geared to "scraping" rather than traditional "linking" in to the site.  I could be wrong.  if so...too bad for them, but it’s interesting to note.

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