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    http://www.forbes.com/business/manuf...ap1568380.html

    And did someone just say there was no rules?? You folks in CA can now sue for damages it would seem.

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    I'm also interested in seeing how the Networks respond to this. Out goes the arguement we've heard for so long..it's legal and as long as it is....

    Now it's not and least not in CA, where many of these guys operate out of. So what now?? And the implications if a Network link is what is showing in those pops on some angry consumer's computer who decides to sue.

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    Awesome.. Now I can sue my competitors who use this method... LOL

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