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  1. Forget Google Print Copyright Infringement; Search Engines Already Infringe

    The Bidder's Edge case didn't really answer it. Gary blogged earlier about the Association of American University Presses having concerns that Google Print's digital library program may be equal to widescale copyright infringement.

  2. Feedster's Rafer Not Happy With Clusty

    The issue over the legality of meta search isn't new.eBay succeeded in a "trespass case" against Bidder's Edge. Feedster's Scott Rafer isn't happy that the new Clusty search engine is hitting his site without a licensing agreement, in comments he's...

  3. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    Bidder's Edge plans to appeal the decision. Bidder's Edge Walks Legal Line boston.internet.com, June 9, 2000 http://boston.internet.com/news/article/0,1928,2001_391831,00.html Explains how Bidder's Edge is getting around the ban on spidering eBay.

  4. Overture Names Authorized Bid Management Providers

    The closest comparison would be with the eBay-Bidder's Edge suit. In that, Bidder's Edge gathered eBay listings as part of its auction-comparison service.eBay successfully argued that Bidder's Edge was trespassing on its site, costing it server...

  5. Image Search Faces Renewed Legal Challenge

    In particular, since the ruling in Kelly's case, other courts have found that eBay was trespassed by the crawler from Bidder's Edge and that Napster was infringing on music copyright by linking to unauthorized versions of songs.

  6. Image Search Faces Renewed Legal Challenge

    In particular, since the ruling in Kelly's case, other courts have found that eBay was trespassed by the crawler from Bidder's Edge and that Napster was infringing on music copyright by linking to unauthorized versions of songs.

  7. Auction Search Case Awaits Ruling

    Should he do so, it would be a blow for Bidder's Edge but by no means an end to the issue. However, Bidder's Edge does argue that it would ignore such a file at eBay because the Bidder's Edge feels the content belongs to those placing the auctions...