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The Fight over the Google of All Libraries: An (Updated) Wired.com FAQ

February 18th, 2010 02:09 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

It’s the beginning of the end-game for the The Google Books project — an audacious attempt to create the most comprehensive library in the history of the world — as the case moves again to a federal hearing in New York. The story is a complicated one, combining copyright law, anti-trust issues, plain old capitalist competition and the odd problem of orphan books, and Wired.com is here to help you sort it all out.

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