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Subject: Re: UKNM: How to deal with rogue websites
From: Jo Chipchase
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 18:14:25 +0100

>> I'm writing a feature for Internet Works on 'rogue' (anti-corporate)
>> websites and how companies should deal with them.
>whoo-hoo. I'll reply to your message and get a career-boosting quote in
>some rag I've never heard of ;)

Who said I'll include you? ;)

>> 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.
>a little corrective history:
>the mcspotlight (sp) site was built to support the McLibel 2. The court
>case was not caused by the website, but rather the other way round.
>No-one from McSpotlight has ever been sued by McDonalds.

ok - cheers.

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  UKNM: How to deal with rogue websites, Jo Chipchase
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