Saturday, April 11, 2009

Death a la Carte: It's not Google that's killing the media.

Mark Gimein writes:

You'd think that by now people would have gotten used to this. But they haven't. The last days have been big ones for link bashing. Rupert Murdoch accused Google in a speech of "stealing copyrights." Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Robert Thomson called Google and other aggregators "parasites or tapeworms," charging Google and other unnamed aggregators with the crime of "encouraging promiscuity" (managing to combine fear of Google and fear of sex, in what could be a model platform for the Republican Party in 2010).

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