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Re: Research for class="copyright"

From: Terje Bless <link@pobox.com>
Date: Sun, 6 May 2007 18:13:29 +0200
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lachlan.hunt@lachy.id.au (Lachlan Hunt) wrote:

>Here's a study of 500 pages done by Philip Taylor […]
>A quick review of the results shows that the majority of them are using
>class="copyright" for actual copyright notices.

It also shows that even given that miniscule and statistically 
insignificant sample there are a disproportionate number that do 
_not_ use the class 'copyright' for anything even remotely 
resembling a copyright notice.

Thank you. It was gracious of you to cite a study that actually 
disproves your claim. We need more such fine examples of 
adhering to the scientific method.

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been raised
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have just
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