Thursday, October 20, 2005

Google and the copyright

Try googling this "Google +lawsuit+publishers". And you will get a bevy of news about the class lawsuits taken by authors and publishers against Google for their Digital Library Project. Here are a some of articles I found: Writers sue Google Print over copyright by James Strucke, the Guardian Authors Guild sues Google over library By Elinor Mills, CNET Even the publishers are getting involved. Google sure has stirred several hornet's nets and a multitude of bee hives. This case is going to be a landmark case that will test the copyright law and its outcome might have lasting implications for the book and publishing indutsries. Interesting... ________________________________________ Additional posts for today: Time Magazine's All-Time 100 best English Language Novels: 1923 - Present Aquariums & a Fish Show


Blogger Corsarius said...

ah, the much-hyped about and much-ballyhooed Google Digital Lib Project. i hope what comes out in the end certainly benefits writers and their works. :)

10/25/2005 12:50:00 AM  
Blogger juned said...

We shall have to wait and see :)

10/25/2005 07:50:00 AM  

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