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Use any search engine, software, tool, agent or other device or mechanism, including without limitation browsers, spiders, robots, avatars or intelligent agents (other than those made available by Dice on the Site or other generally available third party web browsers, e.g., Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer), to navigate or search the Site.
I'm no lawyer, but it seems from this statement as though you can only use a browser if it is 'generally available'. What is LWP but another browser? It is generally available -- anyone can download and use it if they like. Just because it doesn't have a GUI shouldn't change anything. Of course, I will never subject myself to the legal headache of trying to find out. Besides, I've never had great luck with dice anyway...


In reply to Re: Re: LWP script for Dice metro search form by bassplayer
in thread LWP script for Dice metro search form by Plankton

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