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02/02/2011

NOM neglects sanctity of HuffPo's bandwith

by Jeremy Hooper

In the real world, stealing people's civil rights is a major breach in etiquette.

In the online world, "hotlinking" other sites' images is a major breach in etiquette.

NOM's now two for two:

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*For those not familiar with "hotlinking": Basically this means that the image you see on the left is actually hosted on Huffingon Post's own blog (post here). So every time the pic loads on NOM's page, it's actually Huffington Post bandwith that's being used, not NOM's.

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