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Subject: Re: UKNM: How to deal with rogue websites
From: Dee Edwards
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 17:14:35 +0100


We have been approached by a company called Internic which monitors the
Internet and takes action on behalf of its clients, who include British
Airways and BP Amoco. Contact is Orlando Plunket Greene, Business Manager on
0171 831 4660, he could be a good source of knowledge on different routes
companies are taking at the moment.

Love to thrash some opinions out though ;-)


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-----Original Message-----
From: Jo Chipchase <joatcan-u-hack-it [dot] com>
To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com <uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com>
Date: Tuesday, July 27, 1999 10:50 PM
Subject: UKNM: How to deal with rogue websites

>I'm writing a feature for Internet Works on 'rogue' (anti-corporate)
>websites and how companies should deal with them.
>I'm thinking of the likes of MacSpotlight, Untied Airlines, British
>Scareways, etc.
>It would appear that a laissez-faire approach (rather than litigation) is
>best, as a prolonged court case simply draws attention to the rogue site (a
>la Mac Spotlight). Providing answers to the issues raised on the rogue
>site would seem to be another sensible strategy.
>Opinions please. :)
>Internet & Publicity Services

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