By Andrew P. Napolitano
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NewsRight, a company created by The Associated Press and other publishers to scour the Internet for unauthorized use of their content, said it has secured a licensing agreement with a company that monitors how its clients are portrayed in the media.
The Associated Press and 28 news organizations, including The New York Times Co. and The Washington Post Co., are launching a company that will measure the unpaid online use of their original reporting and seek to convert unauthorized websites, blogs and other newsgathering services into paying customers.