__/ [Paul] on Thursday 20 October 2005 10:43 \__
> Source : http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/4358768.stm
> Google is sued by book publishers
> Internet search engine Google is being sued by a group of book
> publishers over plans to put millions of titles online.
> The Association of American Publishers, which includes firms such as
> Penguin, has filed a suit in New York claiming Google will infringe
> their copyrights.
> As part of its Print Library Project, Google plans to index and scan
> millions of books from five major libraries.
> <snip />
They have been saying a lot on the issue in their blog:
Today (/yesterday) they published yet another item to quiet down that
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