Google fined $592M in France for breaching antitrust order to negotiate news copyright fees – TechCrunch

Reading Time: 20 minutes France has hit Google with a fine of half a billion euros after finding major breaches in how it negotiated with publishers to remunerate them for reuse of their content — as is required under a pan-EU reform of digital copyright law which extended neighbouring rights to news snippets. The size of the fine is … Read more

Months later, we’re still making sense of the Supreme Court’s API copyright ruling – TechCrunch

Reading Time: 11 minutes Kin Lane is Chief Evangelist at Postman, an API development platform with a user base of over 13 million software developers. APIs, or application programming interfaces, make the digital world go round. Working behind the scenes to define the parameters by which software applications communicate with each other, APIs underpin every kind of app — … Read more