[LINK] permission required to link?
Tue, 26 Mar 2002 23:01:46 +1100
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002 17:23:10 +1100, Danny Yee wrote:
> Eric Scheid wrote:
> > A related issue is if you re-use part of their content as the link text,
> > eg. the story headline on a news site. The SMH believes it has copyright
> > in their headline texts and insists on certain conditions to linking
> > using that headline text.
> But the SMH headlines are so crappy!
I love newspaper headlines !!! Witty & urbane.
Here's a few from the SMH:
PM washes his hands in the dark
Northerly change could blow a chill over exports
Security blanket offers cold comfort
Telstra faces a splitting headache
Ebony Night out to eclipse Sunline
And The Telegraph:
Unmarked police cars to disappear
Sex is safer under the condom trees
Not to mention anything about Virgin Airlines. Here's one I remember from
today or yesterday (perhaps from The Australia) but I can't find the link:
"Virgin fends off Tesna"
> They may work ok in print,
> but as a list of options to choose from without context they are
> often incomprehensible, e.g.
> "Youthful saviour is out to break the mould"
But I get your point :)
> But at least the text version now has some context, it used to just
> be a raw list of headlines...
Thks for the text link.