An apartment listing aggregator says it has found a "legally kosher" way to circumvent a Craigslist ban on displaying its listings.
Craigslist, which has become a popular portal for apartment ads, prohibits "copying, aggregation, display, distribution, performance, or derivative use of Craigslist or any content posted on Craigslist."
That presented something of a challenge for DeMenthon.
"I've been wrestling with whether to bring back Craigslist listings in the search results," DeMenthon said today in a blog post. "I've found a way to include them that I'm told is legally kosher since it doesn't touch their servers at all, but it still seems somewhat dickish to go against their wishes in this."
"It's not nice of me to do from Craigslist's perspective, and I'd really love to just work with them to solve these problems, but my conscience is clear," DeMenthon said. "I'm still going to send all traffic back to them and all that jazz."
CNET has contacted Craigslist for comment and will update this report when we learn more.