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Software that can show news publishers if, and where, their content has been copied online has been launched. Called Attributor, the program, designed by a California start-up of the same name, has been tested by AP and Reuters for the last six months. Reuters began using it for real in September. The software looks for big …

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Anonymous Coward

The Reg is doomed!!!!!

If it weren't for the unsuitable apostrophe's, grammer and spelling dodgy.

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Supprised google dont already do this as an extension of there news whoring

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=%22Called+Attributor%22&meta=

there done - can I have my VC wedge now please :).

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Does that mean...

...that El Reg will have to stop lifting stories from the BBC and publishing them a few hours later...?

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It means...

...That, in about a years time, most news aggregator sites will have embraced the same grammar and spelling in vogue amongst Viagra spammers.

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@Snert Lee

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I like it.

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Ian

Link?

"The Reg is doomed!!!!! "

"If it weren't for the unsuitable apostrophe's, grammer and spelling dodgy."

Anyone else think there might be a link between these quotes?

"...That, in about a years time, most news aggregator sites will have embraced the same grammar and spelling in vogue amongst Viagra spammers."

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@Christopher P Martin

...or a few days later, in the case of the congestion charge-dodging story, for instance.

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What was that ?

"It also checks (...) how many visitors the site gets"

Um, by the way, has this page count issue been finally resolved in a scientifically-approved manner ?

Or are page counts still an art of approximation and ego-inflation ?

Because if they are still imprecise, then somebody is going to be bothered for more than he's worth.

Not really fair, is it ?

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