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Trespass to Personal Property

1.What did Bidder's Edge do that was different than eBay's normal customers? Why does it matter to eBay?

2.What is the definition of traditional trespass to personal property?

3.Does the definition of trespass to personal property in your text differ from the California definition of trespass to computer services? How?

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Interesting questions! Please see response attached (some of which is also presented below), including an article for your consideration. By addressing each question, you can easily use this for the e-mail. Was there also a scenario of other concerns? Using the questions as a guide, your tentative outline might be something to the effect:

Dear (sister's name),

I have located some interesting information that you might find helpful.

For example, Bidder's edge uses what is referred to as Meta-search scripts, whereas eBay uses direct contact with normal customers. Concerning ...

(include information from three questions)

I hope you find this information useful. Let me know what you think.

Kind regards,

(your name)

RESPONSE:

1.What did Bidder's Edge do that was different than eBay's normal customers? Why does it matter to eBay?

Bidder's edge uses what is referred to as Meta-search scripts, whereas eBay uses direct contact with normal customers. Meta-search scripts are, by nature, designed to go out and pull the most recent information from the sites included in the script routines. Admittedly, some scripts utilize a search "cache" or "caching" -- a collection of recently collected information -- to improve performance and speed ... and this may be what they're referring to. A cache for a search engine is much like the cache used by your web browser -- it's designed ...

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This solution discusses provides assistance in writing an e-mail through addressing the questions posed e.g. what Bidder's Edge did different than eBay's normal customers and why this matters to eBay. It also defines the traditional trespass to personal property, including the California definition of trespass to computer services.

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