Google and Copyright Law

Mr. Davison spoke about Google’s plan to offer portions of text of books from the collections of three university… read more

Mr. Davison spoke about Google’s plan to offer portions of text of books from the collections of three university libraries. While the service is free, Google said it would profit from advertising. That has forced a lawsuit from publishers and authors who have said that they would receive no compensation for the service and that Google’s plan would impact potential revenue from their intellectual property. He responded to questions and comments from viewers. close

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Google and Copyright Law

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Nov 22, 2005

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