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  1. Google Book Settlement Raises Eyebrows in Europe

    The deal that Google made with the Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers (AAP) includes European authors who have been published in the States. The settlement came after two years of disputes and negotiations between Google and...

  2. SearchDay | Small Business Site Architecture

    Google Reaches Agreement with Authors, Publishers for Book Search Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 28, 2008 Google has reached an agreement with the Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers (AAP), which represented a broad class of...

  3. Upcoming Google Print Debates

    AAP can't make it due to a scheduling conflict, but they gave us plenty of other recommendations), plus a publisher that is pro and another that is con the scanning project. Can't wait for the court fights over Google Print's library scanning...

  4. Association of American Publishers Sues Google over Library Digitization Plan

    The release also mentions that the AAP proposed a method using ISBN (International Standard Book Numbers) to help identify works under copyright (at least since 1967) and then get permission from publishers and authors to scan these works.

  5. Google Gives Publishers Opt-Out From Library Scanning Project; One Group Still Not Happy

    Google's announcement does nothing to relieve the publishing industry's concerns," said Patricia Schroeder, AAP's President and CEO. Details on the Google Blog. The biggest change is that Google will allow publishers who are members of the Google...

  6. Publishers' Group Asks Google To Halt Scanning For 6 Months

    Allan] Adler [vice president for legal and governmental affairs at the AAP] said the letter was sent because members of the publishers' association feel they have not "gotten satisfactory answers to their questions about copyright infringement.