explorador - 12:31 am on Nov 30, 2010 (gmt 0)
I believe Ebay has responsibility there, is just that laws are still not up to date to this problems, so far we end up talking about it via metaphors. Law should be, need to be updated.
So far take per example piracy on the street-market. Goverments try to fight it but still, the sellers pay a fee for the right on the streets to the goverment. The goverment facilitates the place where the "crime" takes place. That's a hole in the law... at this moment you can't blame the goverment for that act. Law implies something is wrong if it's written so. Same with ebay, they facilitate the infraesctructure for the offenders to commit their acts, not only so, they profit from that act.