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[FYI] Duth Pulisher Accepts 'Deep Linking' Ruling
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- Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2000 18:09:38 +0200
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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - PCM, the privately held newspaper group of the
Netherlands, does not plan to appeal a Dutch court ruling that allows
an online news service to link directly to newspaper Web sites,
according to industry sources.
PCM, which owns four out of the five largest national dailies, had
sought an injunction against Kranten.com whose site largely consists
of news headlines.
Visitors who click on the headlines are taken directly to the full
story displayed on the Web site of the newspaper itself.
The publishing group objected to these direct or ``deep'' links,
because readers were bypassing the home page which features the
majority of money-spinning advertisements.
You mean if we don't get Out She'll bury us?