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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000304.txt from 2005/08

From: Adam Michlin <amichlin@-----.com>
Subj: RE: [kl] more about google print - Dan Leeson are you out there?
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 23:03:10 -0400

Ah, I wasn't entirely correct:

http://print.google.com/googleprint/help.html#whyunavailable

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I'm already logged in. Why are you telling me the page is unavailable?

As part of our efforts to protect a book's copyright, a set of pages in
every in-copyright book will be unavailable to all users.
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Very interesting.

-Adam
At 10:58 PM 8/15/2005, Adam Michlin wrote:
>http://print.google.com/googleprint/common.html
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>Does scanning comply with copyright law?
>
>Yes. The use Google makes is fully consistent with both the history of
>fair use under copyright law, and also all the principles underlying
>copyright law itself. Copyright law has always been about ensuring that
>authors will continue to write books and publishers continue to sell
>them. By making books easier to find, buy, and borrow from libraries,
>Google Print helps increase the incentives for authors to write and
>publishers to sell books. To achieve that goal, we need to make copies of
>books, but these copies are permitted under copyright law.
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