The moreover.com site offers excellent current news on several different topics. Their terms and conditions restrict using the LINKS they provide, which is understandable.
From moreover.com, under terms and conditions:
Use of Links.
2.1. You acknowledge that the Service contains links, descriptions and other material
(collectively, the "Links") that are protected by copyright, trademark or other
proprietary rights of Moreover.com and third-party content providers.
2.2. You may not modify any of the Links, in whole or part. Specifically, You must
display the Links as hyperlinks to the corresponding full-text article on the site from
which the article is published via a Moreover URL. The Links will only display each
headline during the day or days such headline appears on the Publisher's Site and You
may not otherwise display such headlines on Your Site at any other time. You shall not
be entitled to frame an article from a Content Provider's Site or any part thereof within
the Your Site and You shall ensure at all times that each of the Links on Your site,
when clicked, will not open in a frame. You agree that You will at all times
conspicuously designate the Content Provider as the source of the news content.
2.3. You may not publish, transmit, transfer or sell, reproduce, distribute, display, or in
any way exploit any of the Links, in whole or in part, except as expressly permitted in
Is it be possible to purchase a small scale search spider (not just a browser), to produce similar results, and then to use those links in one's own webmaster newsletter, without violating copyright, trademark or infringing on the source at the original site?
Maybe this could be done on the major search engines, if one becomes very proficient at doing searches, which I'm not well-defined searches, something I'm still learning.
Any thoughts, tips, help?