Google has taken action against two fraudulent link networks as reports surface of manual penalty notifications hitting inboxes in Europe.
A newly approved bill states that Google, other search engines, and news aggregators can only use short snippets of material from publishers. Separately, Germany is also in the midst of a battle regarding the use of embedded video on websites.
AFP reports that Google has warned Australia that if they pass certain a new copyright law that it will set the country ... read more
The NY Times article: Googling Literature: The Debate Goes Public, reports on the Google Print/Book Search debate that Chris blogged about last ... read more
The University of Michigan Library is one of the five libraries Google plans to digitize materials from. The Michigan Daily article: U ... read more
Details on the Google Blog. The biggest change is that Google will allow publishers who are members of the Google Print program ... read more