Says Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch: “Big tech companies understand that time is on their side, that litigation is slow, and, for many publishers, prohibitively expensive…The time to act is now and the stakes are nothing short of the continued viability of journalism.” Lynch advocates that Congress nullify OpenAI’s claims to “fair use” of copyrighted content, and adopt a compensation scheme not unlike the music industry’s, where royalties are paid constantly by streamers such as Spotify, based on usage. Here’s the full story from Press Gazette in the UK.

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