Digital librarian criticizes Google's settlement

Posted: October 30, 2008 in Uncategorized

From MercuryNews.com (Silicon Valley):

By  Chris O’Brien

“When I heard Google had settled its feud with book publishers, I knew exactly whom I wanted to call first: Brewster Kahle, the digital librarian who is the founder of the Internet Archive.

I first talked to Kahle back in 2004, around the time Google launched its Book Search. The program riled publishers, who felt it amounted to a massive copyright violation, triggering the class-action suit.”

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