Posted 25 December 2017 - 08:18 AM
Depends. It is pretty easy to crawl the HTML data to get the same stuff, so being able to export the data wouldn't make it that much easier for someone trying to copy. The data that is really needed to "replicate" the site is the price data – grabbing the data once-off wouldn't help, and doing it frequently would very quickly result in being blocked (via both technical and legal means, I'm guessing) irrespective of the means of obtaining it.
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