Thursday, September 10, 2009

Register of Copyrights Attacks Google Settlement

Marybeth Peters, the Register of Copyrights -- a position in the Library of Congress -- has moved boldly forward in her criticism of the Google Books settlement. In previous public statements Peters had raised questions, but in testimony this morning before a House Judiciary subcommittee, she called the deal "fundamentally at odds with the law."

The report by Publishers Weekly's Andrew Albanese is up:

U.S. Register of Copyrights Slams Google Book Search Settlement


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