Thursday, July 09, 2009

Copycats? Wait 24 hours and then it is yours?

Insanity, surely, at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, by columnist Connie Schultz .
Schultz says that David Marburger, an alleged First Amendment attorney for her paper, and his economics-professor brother, Daniel, have concocted their own dangerous thinking, proposing the copyright law be changed to insist that a newspaper’s story should appear only on its own web site for the first 24 hours before it can be aggregated or retold.

From Buzz Machine

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