The Guardian Newspaper Commercializes its API

The Guardian Newspaper Commercializes its API

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The Guardian Newspaper, which is organizing massive amounts of government and other data into its API, is making this available to the public on a commercial basis, the paper announced today. Here's an overview on today's news by paidContent's UK editor Rob Andrews. In London in March at the paper's...
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