KVS Tool: Enhanced OneWorld Award Availability Beta (Incl. JL/RJ/S7)

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  1. KVS Tool

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    The functionality of the new [Awards/BA-OneWorld] Method will include Award Availability on the following carriers, as well as a numeric availability (e.g. FS2 CS3 YS5) for all OneWorld member carriers.
    • JL -- Japan Airlines
    • RJ -- Royal Jordanian
    • S7 -- S7/Siberia Airlines
    The addition of these remaining carriers will provide 100% OneWorld Award Availability coverage to the KVS Tool users.

    For details on OneWorld Award/Upgrade booking classes, please visit http://Help.KVSTool.com/#AwardUpgradeClasses_OneWorld

    We wish to thank all members, who have RSVP'd and are currently participating in this Beta. In the meantime, here is a 'sneak preview':

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  2. Xyzzy
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    Xyzzy Gold Member

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    KVS, before adding this new data source, did you check with the owner of the site which provides it to make sure it was ;)kay with them?
     
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  3. You don't have to. Data such as this is almost certainly non-copyrightable (and arguably non-proprietary, as it's publicly accessible for free). It's unclear whether any ToS enforcing such aggregation are enforceable in a (US) court of law. See Feist v. Rural and progeny.
     
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  4. Tom1024
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    Incorrect, please see my reply to your post in the other thread (I thought cross posting was a no no?): http://milepoint.com/forums/posts/187918/
     
  5. KVS Tool

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    In other words, your question is whether the airline is ";)kay" with the members of its frequent flyer programme browsing their public website (using the browser application of such member's choice)?
     
  6. Xyzzy
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    N;) -- I was referring to the sites whose demo, test, and other non-public access methods you use. You know -- the ones whose access methods you don't want some of us to post here.
     
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