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    IcyPatriot Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Can we link and copy 3 or 4 sentences from pay sites such as BSJ or The Athletic?
     

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    That's a slippery slope, but yes, citing those sites are fine provided you don't exceed 1-2 quotes or 3-4 sentences and provide a link. I believe we're heading into a period where this is going to start becoming a bigger issue because banner ad revenue is plummeting and we're going to see more shifts to that model. So paywall sites are going to start coming down on sites who over aggregate if people aren't careful. But I think we'll be ok if we adhere to that.
     
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