Google Gets Total Victory Over Authors Guild: Book Scanning Is Fair Use

This one has been a long time coming, but this morning, Judge Denny Chin (who actually has a long history of siding with copyright holders) found that Google's book scanning project is fair use. This is a huge victory in a variety of ways. TechDirt has the story.

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You can find a link to the actual opinion of the court here:
http://blogs.creighton.edu/lawlibrarynotes/2013/11/14/court-rules-on-google-books-case/

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