Have Blogs Gone Mainstream? The AP is seeing red when it comes to copyright infringement, and they're asking bloggers to respect the source. Farai Chideya talks with News and Notes' technology contributor Mario Armstrong about efforts to clamp down on blogs.
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Have Blogs Gone Mainstream?

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Have Blogs Gone Mainstream?

Have Blogs Gone Mainstream?

Have Blogs Gone Mainstream?

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The Associated Press is seeing red when it comes to copyright infringement, and they're asking bloggers to respect the source.

Farai Chideya talks with News and Notes' technology contributor Mario Armstrong about the AP's efforts to clamp down on blogs, the new ad-revenue-sharing deal announced by Google and Yahoo, and what iTunes' impressive new downloading record really means.