The Association of American Publishers has asked Google to stop scanning copyrighted books published by the association's members for at least six months while the company answers questions about whether its plan to scan millions of volumes in five major research libraries complies with copyright law.The publishers believe that Google must seek permission before scanning the books, while Google believes that it can do what it intends. As the saying goes, "this will be interesting..."
Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Article: Publishers' Group Asks Google to Stop Scanning Copyrighted Works for 6 Month
Jeffrey Young writes at Chronicle.com that: