The Benefits of Subscribing to Hotnews


SAP’s Hotnews newsletter provides you with the latest news and updates on SAP products and software components. With several filtering options and an RSS feed, HotNews delivers updates straight to your inbox. It is a convenient way to stay updated, and it contains Important Notes that detail new features and enhancements. You can customize the newsletter to include the types of content you’re interested in, too. And, it’s free to subscribe!

The website started out as a Romanian press review, but it soon expanded its focus to investigative reporting and news reports in both languages. Although Hotnews changed ownership in 2005, the mission remains the same. Its team of journalists still publishes news in both languages and subscriber-specific sections. For the best experience, check out the terms and conditions and sign up for a free account. Listed below are the benefits of becoming a Hotnews subscriber.

You can customize your subscription to HotNews by choosing what you’d like to receive from it. You can choose to receive the newsletter once or twice a month, or you can opt out at any time. To subscribe, visit your MY AUGI profile and select HotNews as your subscription option. Once you’ve created an account, you can customize the type of updates you receive, choose how often you want updates, and more. You’ll always be kept up-to-date on important news in your industry.

Before using Hotnews content, be sure to check copyright guidelines. While many Hotnews articles are free, they might contain sensitive information, an unpaid ride from the information gatherer, or a threat to the production of news. When a hot news story resembles a news story, it may be a valid claim. Recently, AP filed a lawsuit against news aggregators the Meltwater Group, claiming that Hotnews violated copyrights.

Today, courts have stepped in to clarify the meaning of the “hot news” doctrine. The Supreme Court recognized the term hot news in 1918 when the U.S. Court held that it was unlawful for the International News Service to steal AP war reports from Europe and bribed its employees to do so. In five states, including New York, hot news is a viable remedy for a publisher who has published a newsworthy article online. However, this tort rarely applies because copyright laws usually preempt it. So, expect the hot news doctrine to apply only in exceptional circumstances.