AP’s News Registry To Catch Content Thieves Debuts July 14

The Associated Press’ News Registry, the bundle of software that will tag and track AP content on other sites to make sure that it is not being used without permission or payment, is launching on July 14. More than 200 member newspapers partners signed up for the Registry’s beta test since it was announced last April. By July 14, the slated launch date, more than 600 publishers will be using the system. The AP and its member newspapers argue that unauthorized use of their content is costing them tens of millions of dollars in potential advertising revenue. They hope the News Registry will help them police infractions from other news sites, blogs and other online content hubs

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