Archives of WhenU Sites Copying Content from Major Publishers
WhenU Spams Google, Breaks Google "No Cloaking" Rules - Ben Edelman
As discussed in Related bad behaviors: Copyright violations and unattributed copying of media publications within WhenU Spams Google, Breaks Google "No Cloaking" Rules, WhenU's cloaking and other web sites included content copied without attributions from major publishers including the New York Times, Financial Times, Marketing News, and c|net news.com. This page provides a screenshot of such a page as it stood through May 13.
The page below is what whenu-info-resource.com calls "About Pop-Up Advertising" (http://www.whenu-info-resource.com/about.html). However, it is actually "Pop go plans to wipe out unwanted ads - Internet users hoping to kill pop-up adverts have met a legal setback" by Scott Morrison, Financial Times, September 2003. This article is provided without the title, byline, copyright notice, attribution, or statement of license expected on an extended copy (all but the title and first paragraph) of a Financial Times article.