Danish news search agent

Newsbooster offers "press clippings" through a combination of rebooting and distribution of newsletters with deep links, thus violating the rights of both publishers and authors. Danish newspapers and journalists' trade unions strongly denounced that type of "deep linking", claiming that it infringed their author's rights. The Danish court ordered Newsbooster to end any deep linking in July 2002.

"Newsbooster" now provides users with a downloadable programme called newsbrowser which operates directly from the user's computer and allow him to share files with other users in a "Kazaa" and "Gnutella" style.