Monday, May 23, 2005

Article: University-Press Group Raises Questions About Google's Library-Scanning Project

The Association of American University Presses, which represents 125 nonprofit scholarly publishers, has posed sixteen (16) detailed questions about Google's digitization project to Google's lawyer. The Association notes that the project "appears to be built on a fundamental violation of the copyright act." Other organizations have sent formal questions to Google about this project in hopes of clarifying the company's stance on copyright and Fair Use.

The article in the Chronicle of Higher Education provides a bit more information (but nothing earth shattering).

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