Are you wondering what "fisking" means? If so, then read the following section from Robert Fisk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Fisking is a blogosphereslang describing a point-by-point criticism that highlights perceived errors, or disputes the analysis in a statement, article, or essay. The term originated from various blogs which have taken particular issue with Fisk's views. Many of these bloggers have responded by reprinting his dispatches on their blogs, adding their own paragraph-by-paragraph commentary, dissecting and debunking Fisk's assertions and opinions. According to The Guardian, "fisking" has come to denote the practice of "savaging an argument and scattering the tattered remnants to the four corners of the internet".
Since Fisking is supposed to be a point-by-point rebuttal or savaging, the linked article fails at its title objective. It is an overall savaging of the Authors Guild because Konrath apparently hates the guild for trying to protect their members' only resource. In some of the cases he cites, the AG did indeed go too far (if he characterizes the cases correctly) but I disagree with Google's premise. They are stealing someone else's creation without remuneration in order to entice users to use their search engine (and thereby feed Google coffers with ad revenue).
If you want a really good example of a Fisk, look at Correia's Fisking of the NYT's "modern man" editorial: http://monsterhunternation.com/2015/10/02/fisking-the-new-york-times-modern-man/ or Mike Rowe's response to same (although Rowe doesn't call it Fisking -- he, like I, probably didn't even know there was a blogosphere term for it): Mike Rowe - Off The Wall Hey MikeThe New York Times just... | Facebook
Giving yourself points for a correct answer? Seriously?