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Google Books Book Search Scanning Project

  1. Google Print Helping Book Sales

    Despite a skeptical publishing community some publishers are seeing increased sales from Google's book scanning project. And here are the top 10 books on Google Book Search. Reuters quotes several publishers as seeing increased sales.

  2. Google Book Search Wins Victory In German Challenge

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

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

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

  4. 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. Katie Hafner's NY Times article: At Harvard, A Man, a Plan, and a Scanner...

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

    It's worth noting that the publishers aren't upset wth the Google Print search service but instead what they call the "Google Print Library Project," the program where Google is scanning books in cooperation with libraries.

  6. Legal Experts Say Google Library Digitization Project Likely OK; Will It Revolve Around Snippets?

    Yes, they scan all the book but they show little without explicit permission (for more, see our past Another Google Book Scanning Debate If copyright law worked the way Google would like to see it working, then everyone in the world would be able...