The New York Times Is A Copyjacker

The Times is hotlinking images on its website.

The New York Times is hotlinking images on its website. That makes the Times a copyjacker. Copyjacking is a violation of netiquette. Is it a violation of the law? You decide.

Here’s the proof.

Shameful.

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