cwnet - 5:56 pm on Feb 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
So, Google is taking another step into hijacking other peoples content without compensation.
Fits nicely into the "bring the content to the user" movement that wants people to post their content on Facebook.
Fast Forward five years and we are left with our content displayed on Google, Facebook and all the other scrapers without getting at least visitors to our websites in return?
I guess it is time to join the 'invisible web' - those who want to read my content will need to subscribe for access (paid or not is a different discussion).