This weekend in the Washington Post, there was an interesting article in the Outlook section written by a reporter named Ian Shapira who had written a story that he claims was essentially re-packaged by Gawker and published entitled "How Gawker Ripped Off My Story and Why it's Destroying Journalism". In it, the author describes his growing indignation that a story he researched and wrote was then taken by Gawker who felt it was ok to "re-write and re-publish, cherry-pick for the funniest quotes, sell ads against it…" without much attribution back to the Post. The article effectively calls into question who owns what these days?
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