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The doctrine of hot news first emerged in the United States in 1918. In that period, wire services were the fastest way to report breaking news. Competing wire services, such as the Associated Press and International News Service, hired journalists to cover events and distribute news articles to their affiliated newspapers. These wire services had the right to use and publish news articles, but were not entitled to make a profit from them. Even though hot news was the most prevalent form of news reporting, the concept was not widely recognized until the 1960s.

Hotnews is breaking news that has wide interest. For example, the news that helicopter crash in New York could be HotNews – but the news about the crash could be copyrighted if it was broadcast live on TV. Unless you obtain the author’s permission, you may not use this information. Hotnews is usually published on the first day of the month and contains the relevant information. If you’re unsure whether you’ll get any news, you can subscribe to HotNews and receive relevant news from other media outlets.

Although the doctrine of hot news has a controversial history, it is still considered a viable legal remedy for certain types of content-based violations. The first case in which the concept was recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court involved a company that illegally stole war reports from Associated Press reporters in Europe. In that case, the International News Service bribed the AP’s employees to steal stories. The Supreme Court is unlikely to use the doctrine again in the near future, but the precedent sets an example for the concept of hot news.

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