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August 9, 2006

U. California Libraries to Join Google Digitization Project

The University of California has agreed to let Google digitize the contents of the 100 or so libraries in the University of California system.  This decision comes in spite of copyright suits filed against the search company for similar digitization projects.  Other contributors to the digitization project include Stanford, Michigan, and Harvard.

Stories are in the San Jose Business Journal, CNN International, the Library Journal, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

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