Leosghost - 12:44 am on Feb 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
I wanted to point out that the concept of telling someone not to link to you is enforceable.
It may come as a surprise to some ;)..so best be sitting down before reading on..
There is a whole world outside of the USA..
Most of which includes countries ( such as all those within the EU for example ) where it would not be enforceable.. ( "shrink wrap TOS" ) any more than "shrink wrap EULAs"..
I suspect that many judges ( even in the USA ;) would fall about laughing at the idea of a website trying to enforce who and how one could link to them..
Then when they had recovered from the laughter..slapping a penalty for "trying it on"..
I suspect that trying to say who and how someone could link to your site would also fall foul of the right to free speech in the USA..:)