October 25, 2006
Amazon tells Google "No" to Subpoena in Scan Trial
Amazon responded to the Google subpoena in the latter's defense against the copyright violation suit brought against it by various organizations and individuals. Google had requested information from Amazon, Yahoo, and Microsoft about similar scan projects. Amazon filed the standard "unduly burdensome" and "trade secret" objections. They directed Google to public web pages that give details on how the project works, as if Google should be satisfied with that. The judge will have the last say on it, though. Stay tuned.
More details are in CNET.
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