'The Marker' ordered to pay 'Ma'ariv' six million shekels

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October 17, 2012 21:47

 
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The Marker paper must pay Ma'ariv six million shekels due to copyright violation, Army Radio reported Wednesday evening.

According to the decision by the Central District Court, The Marker has been copying the original texts of articles first published in Maariv "without personal credit given to the reporters," Army Radio reported.


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