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October 3, 2005
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Peter Suber: Does Google Library Violate Copyright?
The indefatigable Peter Suber provides what your newspaper can't and won't: in-depth coverage of the debate so far among the experts who usually only get a sentence or two in the Google article du jour, plus links to additional materials and original sources so you can see what's happening sans spin. The bonus: Peter's personal assessment of the situation, which includes the following gem: "On the merits, it's an important question to settle. But I admit that I'm not very comfortable having any important copyright question settled in today's legal climate of piracy hysteria and maximalist protection -- a new world order getting old fast."
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