June 20, 2002
Deep-linking 2: Want to Read This? Ask

Want to Read This? Ask First

"[...] denying deep-linking would be similar to a TV news show locking out a viewer wanting only to see the sports report at 11:22 p.m. because s/he didn't turn to the channel exactly at the top of the hour [...] NPR? Well, let's just say they should stick to what they know best, which obviously isn't the Internet."

Wired editor Jon Rochmis gives a commentary on the recent, heavily disputed, policy from the American National Public Radio...

(See also my comments to a recent Danish deep-linking suit...)

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