Google Subpoenas Seven Industry Giants for Lawsuit Defense

October 2006
Book Publishing Report;10/16/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 40, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports the subpoenas issued by Google Inc. of Mountain View, California against Yahoo! Inc., Microsoft Corp., the Association of American Publishers, HarperCollins Publishers Inc., Bertelsmann AG's Random House Inc., Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC and Amazon.com Inc. The company plans to put the content of entire libraries online and that information about industry-book-scanning projects is part of its defense. Request of subpoenas is the result of lawsuit filed last October 2006.


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