Google News fires back at AP "We're not evil or illegal"

A day after the editor of The Wall Street Journal referred to online news aggregators--particularly Google and its Google News product--as “parasites or tech tapeworms,” and the chairman of the Associated Press announced an initiative to protect print media content from infringing use online, Google fired back in a blog post: “Users like me are sent […]

A day after the editor of The Wall Street Journal referred to online news aggregators--particularly Google and its Google News product--as “parasites or tech tapeworms,” and the chairman of the Associated Press announced an initiative to protect print media content from infringing use online, Google fired back in a blog post: “Users like me are sent from different Google sites to newspaper websites at a rate of more than a billion clicks per month. These clicks go to news publishers large and small, domestic and international -- day and night.”

Source:→ CNET

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