LSR was passed to help media creators get paid when their work is used in search, but it’s not working out that way
By Alison Langley Jul 12, 2013 at 06:55 AM
Last spring, Google unsuccessfully tried to prevent a German copyright law that would require news aggregators to pay for the... More
A law meant to make aggregators pay for content has instead caused Google to threaten to remove papers from its news search
By Alison Langley Aug 8, 2013 at 02:50 PM
In July, a month before Germany's controversial copyright law requiring search engines to pay for featuring snippets of content was... More
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Questions and exercises for journalism students.