Talk:Copyright aspects of hyperlinking and framing
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I think that the suggested merger is a bad idea because there are other aspects of web technolgy that implicate copyright law. The article would be too big. The one on linking is already long enough.
PraeceptorIP (talk) 21:19, 16 April 2009 (UTC)
- New intro. by Stevertigo
I think the edits by Stevertigo are well intended but in need of considerable revision. Much in them is helpful, but other parts are counterproductive and in some cases, with due respect, ill-informed. I will try to synthesize the new and old material in edits over the next several days, and would be pleased to discuss the details with Stevertigo or anyone else. Much of the new material is simply unrelated to linking or its copyright law aspects.
PraeceptorIP (talk) 21:27, 16 April 2009 (UTC)
- I consider your edits to be well intended as well, but likewise in need of considerable revision, at least with regard to particular terms used. "Portions of Web sites" is inaccurate and unusable language in every and all contexts, except apparently in the law. I agree that some of the overly general treatment belongs elsewhere, but indeed if there are as many in depth CR/IP and Internet treatments as there appear to be in the related categories, some serious integration and reconceptualiztion is also due. A very large topic box is under way. Regards, -Stevertigo 21:29, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
- The new topic box is here... Template:Computing law. Edit away. -Stevertigo 22:14, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
The section "Overview" is inappropriate in my opinion. The overview of the article should be provided in the lead section, see Wikipedia:Lead section. In addition (to follow up on an email from PraeceptorIP to me), it seems that the three last paragraphs of the section indeed relate to downloading, not linking or framing. Cheers --Edcolins (talk) 18:21, 1 May 2009 (UTC)
Citedby Swedish court (Stockholms tingsrätt)
This article has recently (2010-06-11) been cited by Stockholms tingsrätt, a Swedish first-instance court:
"Tingsrätten saknar praktisk möjlighet att göra en komparativ studie avseende rättstillämpningen i olika länder i aktuellt hänseende, men konstaterar att de rättsprocesser som initierats på olika håll i världen vanligen verkar ha avsett djuplänkning och s.k. framing (för en allmänt hållen genomgång, se Wikipedia, Copyright aspects of hyperlinking and framing, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_aspects_of_hyperlinking_and_framing)" Ulner (talk) 22:37, 2 July 2010 (UTC)