Google and the related right: accept clips in Google News or removed




Google and the related right: accept clips in Google News or removed

With a meaningful step in my opinion does Google respond to the proponents of the ancillary copyright. For those who have all been displaced, a short Reinholer. The related right to issue press publishers the exclusive right to make press products for commercial purposes on the Internet accessible to the public, as it is called officially.

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This should also providers such as Google, the representation of small excerpts on their websites license from the publisher or without it. Ie: Newspaper price could require a sum for their short texts to be found on Google and I still visit the page of Google. Crazy? Definitely. The law was signed on 14 May 2013 published in the Federal Gazette and shall enter into force on 1 Force in August 2013. More at Wikipedia .

How to get Google from the cow ice to keep things transparent? It’s simple: now who wants to remain in the Google News, which must be explicitly approved.

The publishers therefore may choose whether to continue presenting their products at Google News and so want to reach a lot of audience – or if they renounce Google News.

German publishers that are listed in Google News to get all an e-mail with a link which leads to the page with the approval (officially: Confirmation Statement). Anyone who disagrees is from 01 August automatically get out of the news. Google has now also been published in an area with frequent questions and their answers, these can be found here .

It is interesting that the decision can be undone at any time. Where an operator to Google News page, he can always re-enter using the form in the Google News.

And – what does the audience to take this step?

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