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Belgium's copyright enforcement group, Copiepresse, first attacked Google and is now moving onto Yahoo. Copiepresse argued that Google's summarizing and linking to Belgium's newspapers constitutes as copyright infringement. A Belgian court agreed, ordering the search...
In a world where the Internet provides news and advertising on demand, newspapers are struggling to attract readers and revenues. In particular, the rise of classified advertising sites like Craigslist has led to a corresponding...