On Friday, a federal circuit court made clear that Google Books is legal. A three- judge panel on the Second Circuit ruled decisively for the. Google Books is a service from Google Inc. that searches the full text of books and magazines that Google has scanned, converted. After a decade of court battles, Google's massive book-scanning project has finally been deemed legal. On Friday, a three-judge panel in the.
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You may have heard about the legal challenges to the Library Project, our effort to make the knowledge contained in library books discoverable by everyone. For over 10 years, a major part of that mission wasn't even considered legal, but this October, book lovers of the world can rejoice: the Google Books Library. In October , a federal circuit court in the US confirmed that Google Books is legal. The Court found the Google Books' project to be fair use.
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