Angry publishers stamp on Google spiders

  • Publishers around the world are collectively putting their foot down against search engines in a new global initiative to regain control of their content.

    The initiative, called Acap (Automated content access protocol), is intended to stop search engines aggregating content in breach of permission or copyright.

    Read the complete story here. (silicon.com)

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