"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.
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