The Times is hotlinking images on its website.
The New York Times is hotlinking images on its website. That makes the Times a copyjacker. Copyjacking is a violation of netiquette. Is it a violation of the law? You decide.
Here’s the proof.
- Illegal Feeds And Betting Against The Internet
The clue train has left the station, and most publishers aren’t on board.
In which Erik Heels demonstrates that domain names – not diamonds – are forever.
- Help Save Freakonomics
Ironically, the Freakonomics blog about economics appears to be having economic difficulty.
- Book Review: Nineteen Eighty-Four
By George Orwell.
- How To Find Photos For Your Blog
Add photos to your blog to boost readership.
- Help Coin A New Word For (Bad) Hotlinking
Copyjacking = copyright + hijacking. Copyjacking + hotlinking + framing = inline linking.
- Freakonomics Still Stealing Content
A second call for Freakonomics to clean up its act.
- Freakonomics Hotlinking Victims
If your website is on this list, then it is likely that you have been a victim of hotlinking by Freakonomics.
- Freakonomics, Cleavage, and Fair Use
A call for Freakonomics to clean up its act.