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This link recently saved by strangelyattractive on July 26, 2009
Kevin: The criticicism of the Associated Press continues to roll in. Scott Rosenberg writes: "“A.P. Cracks Down on Unpaid Use of Articles on Web.” That’s the headline on a New York Times article right now. But if you read the article, you see that the Associated Press’s new campaign isn’t only about “unpaid use of articles,” it’s about any use of headlines as links. In other words, it sounds like A.P. is pulling the pin on a legal Doomsday Machine for news and information on the Web — claiming that there is no fair use right to link to articles using a brief snippet of verbiage from that article, or the original headline on the article."
This link recently saved by strangelyattractive on December 31, 2008
John Robinson takes newspapers, including his own, for not linking to original source material. Scott Karp, head of journalistic link service Publishing 2.0, says on Twitter: Failure to link to original sources should be seen as failure of practice of journalism generally, not just online.
This link recently saved by strangelyattractive on September 02, 2008
Kevin: Scott Karp writes: "A lot of research can go into a piece of reporting, and in print the value of that research can only be passed on through brief quotes or references. But on the web, no longer limited by finite column inches, newsrooms can create huge value for readers by providing links to the source material that journalists have gathered."