Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Google Book and Copyright Issues

Katherine Noyes of the E-Commerce Times discusses the legal implications of Google Book Search and the recent attacks by Microsoft:

Microsoft Copyright Attorney Bashes Google Book Search

Thomas Rubin, Microsoft's associate general counsel for copyright, trademark and trade secrets accuses Google of taking a "cavalier approach to copyright" and of making money off other people's copyrighted creations in a prepared speech to be given Tuesday to the annual meeting of the Association of American Publishers in New York.

See full article for details.

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