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Rex Hammock ponders on what the NYTimes is actually saying in a story about the AP.

According to this article on NYTimes.com, the Associated Press is “taking aim at major search engines like Google, Yahoo and their competitors” by demanding that Web sites obtain permission to use the work of The A.P. or its member newspapers.” However, I’ve tried reading the story a couple of times and I can’t figure out how this has anything to do with Google or Yahoo!. Maybe I just don’t get it.

Umm, neither do I.

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  1. Scott Adcox said April 6, 2009 | Permalink

    If the AP is worried that Google is sending people to their sites without paying them for the privilege of receiving all that traffic, I’m sure the other entities that are pushed out of the top ranking positions will be more than happy to take it.

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