Seems CBC really wants bloggers to cut and copy their articles after all.
Go to a CBC article and copy a paragraph or a sentence or even the middle of sentence and viola "Read more:" and their link automatically appear.
Example 1: a fragmented sentence
es said the administration decided against limiting the nation's options further because of the danger still being posed by the pro
Example 2: So far the smallest sampling seems to be 45 characters
ement, U.S. President Barack Obama said the p
Example 3: Drop one character and the link is not generated.
ement, U.S. President Barack Obama said the
It all seems silly, since all you have to do is delete the link, but maybe it is a legal thing, where you knowingly deleted their link and therefore they can now demonstrate that you knowingly broke copyright.
Just a thought.
BTW this article links to a CBC article at least twice that I know of.