Tuesday, June 21, 2005

AAP vs. Google: Round 2

Eli in Confessions of a Mad Librarian has a good post on what is becoming the Association of American Publishers v. Google. At the end of the post, she writes:

1) Before calls of injunctions or infringement are made, what sort of compromise can/might be worked out between the content owners (and their reps) and Google?

and

2) What will the role of libraries (especially UMich and Stanford, but including the full force of the library community) be in intermediating or negotiating a possible compromise?

Gee, sounds like a lawyer in the making talking! (On June 2, this librarian announced that she's going to go to law school and hopes to practice law on behalf of libraries and librarians.)

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