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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    I'm just curious does ebay and cj.com allow us to link to adult content dvds, posters, books, etc via ebay's editor kit? Can someone from cj or Ebay or someone who knows the answer can answer this?

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    From the publisher service agreement:
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    1 Relationship. In the context of this Agreement, You are referred to herein as a Publisher. You agree not to:
    (a) mislead others;
    (b) operate or utilize a Web site or e-mail Link to Web sites that contain or promote, any of these types of content: libelous, defamatory, obscene, abusive, violent, bigoted, hate-oriented, illegal, cracking, hacking or warez, or the offer any illegal good or service, or Link to a Web site(s) that do so; and/or
    (c) engage in spamming, indiscriminate advertising or unsolicited commercial e-mail.


    If this contract needs more clarification then you should use the help system or call customer service. It would probably be a good idea to stray clear of adult content as much as possible.

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    I find this somewhat amusing since CJ permits the P2P networks as affiliates, whose software is almost always used to trade illegal mps, movies, pics and they are also very very popular for the trading of porn.

    Where's the difference? If an affiliate site links to porn or an affiliate's software helps the user get porn. Either way, they are both indeed providing direct access to pornographic material. In the case of P2P networks, there's a lot worse than "mainstream" porn accessible by users of all ages, including illegal content/material.

    In my own personal opinion, for CJ to boot an affiliate for linking to porn and then continue to maintain a relationship with another affiliate whose P2P filesharing network ultimately PROVIDES porn, it seems hypocritical, don't you think?

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    Domain Addict / Formerly known as elbowcreek Thomas A. Rice's Avatar
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    (a) mislead others......


    that still makes me laugh that NOT ONE of the parasites got kicked out because of that.

    'laugh', that is, in a whining, 'when will I get a refund for all the stolen traffic/sales' kind of way....

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