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ag·gre·ga·tor

 (ăg′rĭ-gā′tər)
n.
1. One that aggregates.
2. A website that collects content such as news stories or music files to make such material available in one place.
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aggregator

(ˈæɡrɪˌɡeɪtə)
n
1. (Commerce) a business organization that collates the details of an individual's financial affairs so that the information can be presented on a single website
2. (Commerce) a firm that brings together a large group of consumers on whose behalf it negotiates reduced rates for good or services, esp in the energy sector
3. (Computer Science) a web application that draws together syndicated content from various online sources and displays it in a single location for the user’s convenience
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aggregator

An application that collects input from numerous RSS feeds and displays them in one place.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aggregator - a person who collects thingsaggregator - a person who collects things  
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
archivist - a person in charge of collecting and cataloguing archives
conchologist - a collector and student of mollusc shells
coin collector, numismatist, numismatologist - a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
packrat - a collector of miscellaneous useless objects
philatelist, stamp collector - a collector and student of postage stamps
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It added that "The reform will adapt copyright rules to today's world, where music streaming services, video-on-demand platforms, news aggregators and user-uploaded-content platforms have become the main gateways to access creative works and press articles.
"It does this by making Internet platforms directly liable for the content uploaded to their site and by automatically giving the right to news publishers to negotiate deals on behalf of its journalists for news stories used by news aggregators" said the news release.
It does this by making internet platforms directly liable for content uploaded to their site and by automatically giving the right to news publishers to negotiate deals on behalf of its journalists for news stories used by news aggregators. The text also specifies that uploading works to online encyclopedias in a non-commercial way, such as Wikipedia, will automatically be excluded from the scope of this rule.
What is worrying about the directive?Article 11 will impact more than just news aggregators, Wikimedia claimed, as licences will be required every time online news content is used.
News authorship verification deserves scholarly attention, especially in the current times, when many people obtain news or information from news aggregators (i.e., online news-distributing platforms).
The growth of social media sites into news aggregators has prompted authoritarian regimes around the region to attempt and control information flows by tightly monitoring and controlling popular platforms.
Human news aggregators set the agenda and provided audiences with credible information and a diversity of views.
As news aggregators go, it's one of the most fully-featured and easiest to use.
* Joan Calzada, University of Barcelona, and Ricard Gil, Johns Hopkins University, "What Do News Aggregators Do?
It provides a comparative analysis of news sites, including online newspapers, news portals, and news aggregators, in different languages and cultures, as well as web mining techniques and network analysis that aids in this comparison.
4th Estate stands tall in the myriad of news aggregators, readers with its clean, no frills, and easily useable interface.