More Sanity


"The court ruled that browsing and viewing articles online doesn't require authorisation from the copyright holder, settling a row between the PRCA, the industry body for Britain's PR industry, and the Newspaper Licensing Authority (NLA), which had raged for five years. The fight began in a copyright tribunal between media monitoring firm Meltwater and the NLA."

Yeh another ruling providing some sanity and clarity on these issues.


  1. I find it utterly bizarre that a UK court actually ruled differently. Seriously, they must have either been smoking something, senile, or just incompetent.

    It was just moronic.

  2. Perhaps so, but I'd say then they are still either smoking something, senile or incompetent or perhaps I ought to add corrupt as well? They are not stupid so I'm not sure what else...


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