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Re: [syndication] ZDNet UK

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  • elijah wright
    obviously neither the terms or the method they have of collecting your agreement are solid enough to stand up under any legal scrutiny.
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 8, 2004
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      obviously neither the terms or the method they have of collecting your
      "agreement" are solid enough to stand up under any legal scrutiny.



      On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, Julian Bond wrote:

      > Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 10:33:49 +0000
      > From: Julian Bond <julian_bond@...>
      > Reply-To: syndication@yahoogroups.com
      > To: syndication@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [syndication] ZDNet UK
      >
      > I've been trying to find RSS feeds for the ZDNet sites and especially
      > ZDnet.co.uk. I've just had this email with it's rather onerous terms
      > from someone who describes herself as a "Senior Marketing Executive".
      > Amazing to find a tech oriented website that doesn't really get it.
      >
      > JB
      >
      > -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      > Here is our standard ZDNet UK news headline RSS xml feed. It's free but
      > if you decide to use, all I ask is that you confirm via email that you
      > agree to the terms below. If you need anything else (i.e. we also have a
      > variety of category-specific xml feeds), please let me know.
      >
      > ZDNet RSS HUD (headline, url, deck) feed
      > http://feeds1.zdnet.co.uk/newsheadlines/last-20-headlines-rss.htm
      >
      > RSS documentation
      > http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss
      >
      > Terms:
      >
      > 1) The headline news feed is headline only- no full text content allowed
      >
      > 2) All content has to be attributed to ZDNet UK
      >
      > 3) Please include a logo on the page where the content sits (attached- I
      > have included 2 different sizes; use the size that is best for you)
      >
      > 4) Please confirm when the feed is live on your site, so we can track
      > activity
      >
      > 5) ZDNet UK (CNET Networks UK) retains the right to modify the feed at
      > any time or request that you remove it from your site
      >
      >
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