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News aggregators – Link, don’t replace, your sources

Mark Sableman May 17, 2017

At first blush, aggregation may seem illegitimate or infringing, as the aggregator benefits from the sweat of others’ news gathering and writing. But there is a twist to aggregation on the web. READ MORE

An inside look at how Spain’s copyright law targets Google and other news aggregators

Mark Sableman February 9, 2015
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I recently communicated with Professor Miquel Peguera, an Internet law expert at the Open University of Catalonia in Barcelona. He writes a blog on ISP Law, co-edits the Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law, and has been a visiting scholar at Columbia University. He graciously shared some helpful observations about the new Spanish law. READ MORE