Tuesday, September 08, 2009

How To Find Court Filings in the Google Book Settlement

The Justia website has compiled all the filings in the U.S. court case relating to the settlement between search giant Google and U.S. author and publisher organizations. The site also links to blog postings and news stories about the issue.

The settlement is intended to end class action lawsuits that charged Google with copyright infringement for unauthorized mass scanning of millions of books, many of them out of print yet still covered by copyright.

Today was the last day for comments about the settlement.

A New York City District Court will be holding hearings in October.

Access Copyright has devoted a section of its website to an explanation of the Google Settlement.

Earlier Library Boy posts about the Google Book project controversy include:

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 8:50 pm


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