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The World Association of Newspapers Takes ftm To Task For Saying Rugby’s Attempts To Restrict Internet News Pictures Circulation For The World Cup Is A Commercial Issue And Not A Freedom Of The Press Issue
Philip Stone April 2, 2007
The International Rugby Board is attempting to restrict the world’s media on how many pictures can be shown on the Internet, even how pictures are used in print, and while ftm applauded the World Association of Newspapers (WAN) for fighting that silliness, we said the battle should be fought on commercial issues, not as a freedom of the press issue as WAN claimed. available for restricted access.
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