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Tiffany's lawsuit threatens eBay's eclectic market
WHOEVER coined the old legal phrase caveat emptor, "let the buyer beware", expressed an eternal truth. What was wise in pre-capitalist times remains wise in the internet age. Trading on the internet is becoming a part of everyday life. Millions of people go online to find goods, check prices and make transactions--usually without any problems. The internet has also dramatically lowered the cost of starting a new business or expanding an old one. But, inevitably, these enormous advantages are not confined to honest ...