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  1. Google Book Search Wins Victory In German Challenge

    And the Court also rejected the WBG's argument that the scanning of its books in the U.S.infringed German copyright law. I wrote earlier this month of a French lawsuit becoming the third one I knew about filed against Google over its book...

  2. A Look Back as Google's Library Project Passes the One Year Mark

    Google Gears Up to Resume Book Scanning More Publishing Trade Groups Weigh In On Changes to Google's Library Scanning Project Google's Library Scanning Project Heads to Court Google Print Now Publishing Out-Of-Copyright Works Gained Through Library...

  3. Harvard's Involvement in Google Library Project

    For the time being, Harvard has confined the scanning of its collections largely to books in the public domain and limited the initial scanning to about 40,000 volumes. Allan] Adler [a vice president for legal and governmental affairs at the...

  4. The Search Engine Report - Number 108

    Indeed, scanning a few search blogs and forums, chatter seems light about concerns. Top Stories + More From The Search Engine Watch Blog + Daily SearchCast: Search News Via Podcast + Our Search Newsletters Joins Open Content Alliance - Microsoft...

  5. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 8, 2005: Google's Jagger Update, Book Search Developments, Google Base As Database For Everyone, Programming TiVo Via Yahoo, The Google Guys' 767 & More!

    Print Now Publishing Out-Of-Copyright Works Gained Through Library Scanning Amazon Pages" Amazon Updade" Programs To Sell Books In Electronic Format Today's search podcast covers updates at Google and Yahoo, developments in book search at Google...

  6. Amazon's Jeff Bezos on Book Scanning and Amazon's New Digital Book Programs

    This is not the same thing as the Google Library scanning program that has caused lots of attention and that will only show "snippets" of scanned in-copyright library materials. One of every two books we sold in the United States is now in the...