"As Google awaits approval of a controversial settlement with authors and book publishers, the company’s plan to create an immense digital library and bookstore may face yet another hurdle.
On Wednesday, the American Society of Media Photographers and other groups representing visual artists plan to file a class-action lawsuit against Google, asserting that the company’s efforts to digitize millions of books from libraries amount to large-scale infringement of their copyrights.
It's American ffs the lawsuit money grab there is away of life.
Who's in charge of this now that Alexander Macgillivray is at Twitter? Could it be that he left a some mess behind him?
Alexander Macgillivray, Deputy General Counsel for Products and Intellectual Property at Google (and soon to be General Counsel of Twitter) chats about the Google Book Search Settlement, its intricacies, pros, and cons, and responds to provocative questions and comments.
Congratulation Mr Feldman. You have become the one who sues God. Is this what you want?
Andy Wong, surely you must have meant to write "Gooodle."