[Foundation-l] Dealing with Live-mirrors

Jimmy Wales jwales at wikia.com
Wed May 30 12:31:06 UTC 2007

On May 30, 2007, at 3:13 AM, Brock Weller wrote:
> We do not, nor should not, place advertising on our content,  
> whether its
> only displayed on some connections or not. If others want to, ok,  
> but we
> dont, because we create that content, and it gives the illusion of
> endorsement. This is a no go, in my eyes.

I don't find this argument to be particularly compelling.  This is  
people who are hot-loading our content and
displaying it on other websites, under their own branding.  Why  
should we not, rather than blocking this activity,
find a way to benefit from it?


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