The Google Settlement

Teskey, John
October 2009
Feliciter;2009, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p184
The article offers the author's perspectives regarding the Google Book Settlement, in which the oral arguments are to be presided by U.S.District Judge Denny Chin. He presented the business relationship between the Google Library Partners and the authors and publishers, and expressed doubts behind the attempts of nonprofit organizations in blocking the settlement. He explores the issues surrounding the digitization project of Google Book and outlines possible impacts if the settlement fails.


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