As a follow-up to our post from yesterday discussing the gray areas surrounding the “fair use” of online material, we learned that the Guardian has settled any debate concerning their own publication in one bold move, almost. To that end, they have launched Open Platform a service that encourages readers to reuse Guardian content within the larger context of the internet, leveraging – according to the site – “our journalism, our brand, and the technologies that power guardian.co.uk.”

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