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  • The DataRat

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    “Must not present disparaging,
    misleading, or false information
    about Autodesk’s content,
    services, or products”

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    Were your comments about “very sluggish”, “not match with real world”,
    etc. in the prohibited “disparaging” category of the Consent for Linking ?

    And how does Autodesk figure anyone needs their consent to link to one of the Web pages ? They own the Net ?

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    The DataRat

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  • Interesting but more is funny is the link to Autodesk consent for linking

    I wonder if you have just broken the concent.

    # Must not “deep link” to Autodesk’s content, information, products, or services.

    I can see a email coming soon! ;)

  • @DataRat

    Such a thoughtful document, right? :) What would poor bloggers do without consent for linking graciously given.

    @Web Design Preston

    I was wondering if anyone will catch that extra bit. Adds to the irony, doesn’t it? :)

  • @ Rarst

    You’ll have to keep us posted on what happens, I dont honestly see how they can monitor or police it.

  • @Web Design Preston

    I doubt anything will. I looked around and I am hardly first one to make fun of that policy.

    If something does – well that’s my bad luck then. :)

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