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a) Ethics aside, what gives them the right to frame a (my or yours) page and how can sites get away with doing that?
b) Is it "technically" a copyright violation given that fact a visitor can still navigate the site, but have the banner ad at the top?
Regardless of answers to these question, I want to remind everyone that this goes on and it doesn't hurt to put in a break out of frames script as a matter of practice. You might think you are
c) What recourse to the problem is there?
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I know sites frames pages and put banner ads up, usually at the top. Earlier, I found one of my ecommerce sites framed with such a banner... I did a whois on the site and everything about it is in China.
No one has the right to piggy back off another's labor.
Why let Google and Bing do it and they earn BILLIONS doing it but you would deny this site their little coin?