Tuesday, October 06, 2009

American Library Associations Publish Summary of Google Books Litigation Court Filings

The Association of Research Libraries, the American Library Association and the Association of College and Research Libraries have put together a document entitled The Google Books Settlement: Who Is Filing And What Are They Saying?

It provides a summary of the hundreds of filings that have been submitted to the federal district court in New York that is presiding over the controversial Google Books Settlement.

The Google Books Settlement is intended to put an end to a class action lawsuit brought against Google by organizations representing authors and publishers who objected to the search giant’s mass scanning of in-copyright books.

Earlier Library Boy posts about the dispute include:

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