Disputes between content and ad-serving platforms — such as Google and Facebook — and various news publishers have been roiling at least since the launch of Google News (Sept 2002).
Knowledge graphs are emerging as a graphical means of managing and more succinctly expressing the complex, interconnected relationships that result from processing a large volume of data from multiple sources.
The Privacy Shield had been the four-year-old mechanism under the protection of which EU companies have been sending personal information about EU citizens to the United States for processing.
The scientific truth behind any story is two-fold: the spin and the personality. The secret is truly in the sauce.
Over the coming months, CCC will publish a series of occasional posts on the topic of Peer Review in a COVID World, exploring various facets of the impact of data and peer review in scholarly publishing.
Under the EU Digital Single Market Directive, as a rule, both platforms and uploading users need proper licenses.
We all know it has been a rough spring, and we are focused on larger issues than copyright and licensing. But while we all hunker down and hope for better days, policy and practice issues are not holding still; Congress is still in session, suits are still being brought (or settled), courts are still rendering decisions, and so on.