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The Breakfast Meeting: Craiglist Relents on Owning Posts, and a Chatty Mars Rover

The online classified site Craigslist dropped a provision that asserted an exclusive license to users’ posts just two weeks after implementing it, CNET reported. The effort was intended to fend off third parties trying to repurpose the site’s listings, but a sympathetic note from the Electronic Frontier Foundation explained that after meeting with Craigslist, the company agreed to change its policy.

Friday, August 10, 2012
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