/// Google Settles Copyright Case With Publishers

October 4, 2012  |  All Things Digital

The Association of American Publishers has settled a long-running copyright infringement case with Google Inc., though the issue of whether Google had the right to digitally reproduce books in copyright is still being hashed out in court. The settlement disclosed Thursday allows U.S. publishers to remove digitized titles from the Google Library Project if they want. The settlement also “acknowledges the rights and interests of copyright-holders.” Court approval isn’t necessary. The Authors Guild is still pursuing the legal case. Read the rest of this post on the original site »

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Google Settles Copyright Case With Publishers


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