Again, Google News doesn't aggregate entire articles. We all know that, so why waste bandwidth or your own credibility on false analogies?
Getting back to the topic of Rupert Murdoch, I find it ironic that at least one of his own newspapers (the NEW YORK POST) is a client of Daylife, an OEM news aggregator that "collects huge amounts of the web’s best content, deeply analyzes and parses it, and produces oceans of data to be reused in an infinite number of ways by any publisher."
According to Daylife's FAQ, "Daylife is an intelligent content services platform that harvests and deeply analyzes high-quality Web-based news and information sources in real time.....Daylife clients work with our highly flexible, easy-to-use platform to complement their own editorial expertise by instantly creating new pages, sections, and sites with little or no staffing."
Daylife clients include the aforementioned NEW YORK POST, Telegraph.co.uk, National Public Radio, USA TODAY, Guardian.co.uk, NEWSWEEK, Sky News, and other major news organizations.
Bottom line: News aggregation goes far beyond Google News. But then, news aggregation existed long before Google News was invented; Google News and Daylife.com are just high-tech versions of what newspaper "rewrite men" have been doing for generations.