AP to Monitor Internet for Violators
The Associated Press has always come down hard on internet sites that inappropriately (in its view) reproduce its content. Now, it's going to go even further:
[AP Chairman]Singleton said AP would work with Internet portals and other partners who properly license content and would pursue legal and legislative actions against those who don't.
"We can no longer stand by and watch others walk off with our work under misguided legal theories," he said at AP's annual meeting in San Diego.
So make sure when you reply in comments (or write a diary) you stay within their parameters -- no reprinting of more than a short paragraph with a link to the source article. Hopefully, that's still okay. [More....]
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