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Talking to the search engines in language they understand

After almost 18 months of work, Automated Content Access Protocol--the code that book and newspaper publishers hope will provide them with a universal way of communicating permissions information to internet search engines--is ready for implementation.The protocol, dubbed ACAP for short, is effectively a language that enables publishers' websites to let...

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