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Even the most popular of search engines, Google, may be endangered. Last month, Google launched its free "Google News" service, which relies on precisely the same principle that got Newsbooster and others hauled into court.
yes good point incywincy...a robots.txt (that is adhered to) would prevent the above argument entirely...
I'd suspect that IF anything came of this in the country in question, it'd have to go through the same hoops in the U.S. and other countries. Then, IF, it got past all of that (or looked like it was going to), Google'd make an announcement stating that they're now supporting a new Meta Tag called "Deep-Link-To" with a URL as the content of the tag. That way, if you want the people to have to go through the BS of finding your page once they've already found it at a search engine, you can. It'd also be nice if Google made those results in the SERPS show some sort of unappealing icky brown. ;)