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Tom Curley, The A.P.â€™s president and chief executive, said the companyâ€™s position was that even minimal use of a news article online required a licensing agreement with the news organization that produced it. In an interview, he specifically cited references that include a headline and a link to an article, a standard practice of search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo, news aggregators and blogs.
That’s from the New York Times.
I swear, the AP is starting to get to the level of the NCAA.
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