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BBC's anger at Ceefax pages on internet
By Alan Cane
Published: March 26 2005 02:00 | Last updated: March 26 2005 02:00

A Dutch businessman has fallen foul of the BBC by creating a website in the Netherlands through which internet users can have access to Ceefax, the broadcaster's teletext information service.

Hendrik Noorderhaven, a computer consultant and former candidate for the European parliament, claims he has done nothing wrong by setting up a system to capture Ceefax pages and transmit them over the internet to a website - www.ceefax.tv - where they can be viewed worldwide.

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