ENTRIES TAGGED "curation"
The New York Times should have considered context before slapping Quartz with a takedown letter.
The New York Times sent a takedown notice to Quartz because Quartz published a screenshot of a Times interactive visualization.
Let me clarify:
Quartz posted a static screenshot of an interactive and it linked to the interactive and praised the interactive. Quartz was actively encouraging people to go check out the full thing on the New York Times’ website. The offending Quartz article is titled “Our favorite charts of 2012.”
Quartz was transferring at least 90% of the attention and value to the New York Times. And yet, the Times wanted Quartz to take the whole thing down. Read more…
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