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Thursday, July 6, 2006

European Publishers Hostile to Google's Attempt to Digitize Books for the Web

In a Guardian article published today, Richard Wray and Dan Milmo discuss the reactions of European book publishers to Google's project to digitize books. Already under fire in the U.S., Google is now running into opposition elsewhere as well. A German publisher tried unsuccessfully to get an injunction against the company. Harry Potter's publisher has tagged the Google program as an attempt to destroy copyright. Read more here.

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