Decoding the Google Digitizing Settlement
NYTimes – “As the New York Times series Humanities 2.0 has discussed, digitally savvy academics are both excited and anxious about Google’s plan to digitize tens of millions of books and create an online library and bookstore. While the proposal remains in legal limbo, the result of a class action lawsuit, the debate continues. Last year, New York Law School organized a conference on the Google settlement and now the school’s law journal has devoted its latest issue to the discussions about access, competition and copyright that ensued.”
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