Intellectual property right: Google News Action will reveal hypocrisy of the publishers

Jun

23

2013

Intellectual property right: Google News Action will reveal hypocrisy of the publishers

With today’s prompt from Google News to all publications listed there to give their permission for the publication of the corresponding news snippets, we are up to 1 August, the hypocrisy of the traditional publishers will be served on a silver tablet.
Intellectual property right: Google News Action will reveal hypocrisy of the publishers

So Google now wants to put on all of the Google News online offerings can confirm whether it even after the first August of this year (because then enter into force the related right) continue their snippets on the popular news-Facts page publish or want to be added by Google there.

And right now it is really exciting, because I’ll bet one or the other Google Adsense euros that they will fall over each in turn. Without Google News Traffic by various news portals breaks loose around 50% and the means, conversely, that then break off the advertising revenue. Now you can of course be bitchy and say that this is a scenario that only the good of their print business know the publisher but because there is just not Google, but “only” the expenses at the kiosks, railway station bookstores, supermarkets, and of course the “Sub-Druecker”, which pretty much every one of us ever had to get rid of most of the front door.

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So, in all their naivety they thought they could the distribution channel of the Internet, this “new territory” for the old-established German publisher, subdued by a law that was waved through by just backwoods (and above all edited by the lobbyists of the deadwood media) politicians.

That actually would be the moment at which one min. half a dozen “Facepalm Meme” little picture would have to purely post here, but I think exactly this reaction many of us have been in the last few months anyway behind.

So what remains? Instead consistently to defend themselves against this “incredible theft” of intellectual property and saw off the branch on which they sit, they are now all climb and agree to the row of the tree of knowledge.

Thank you Google, for much better you can not reveal this industry!

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