Google Book Search and the Dog in the MangerBy
The proposed settlement of a lawsuit against Google Book Search by publishers (including the McGraw-Hill Companies, owner of BusinessWeek) and the Authors’ Guild has drawn a lot of fire from opponents of restrictive copyright law (for example, this essay by Pamela Samuelson of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.)
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