Anyone else find the irony in "metered billing" paired with usage e-mails and online tools...
Not to give anyone ideas, but if I were designing those online tools, there may be a little extra "bloat" attached to beef up the profits. Maybe even a real-time stream of how much you have used/using.
Now I am in no way supporting NYT. What they said is confusing/misleading, but _technically_ it isn't wrong.
First, "A Swedish court has said..." This is True. The lower court said it. It wasn't a ruling (as I understand) but they still said it.
Second, "...The Hollywood Reporter said." - So are they just reporting on what another paper reported on? If so, the sentence is true. BUT it is scary to think of the recursion that could take place when reports report on what other reports say