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E-books, Rights, and Google Karen Coyle October, 2009

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1 E-books, Rights, and Google Karen Coyle October, 2009

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4 Book v. Screen

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6 What matters?

7 Copy protection © ©

8 Access

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12 GBS

13 Class Action

14 The Proposed Settlement is one of the most far-reaching class action settlements of which the United States is aware... Letter of the US Department of Justice to the Court

15 Settlement Book Rights Registry Google 63% ?? 37%

16 What Books? Out of print ?% orphans Public Domain In print © Settlement

17 "CONCLUSION This Court should reject the Proposed Settlement in its current form and encourage the parties to continue negotiations to modify it so as to comply with Rule 23 and the copyright and antitrust laws."DOJ Check back November 9

18 Settlement and Libraries Participating libraries Digital files -- for limited use All libraries and Institutions Institutional subscription – full view, various uses Public libraries One terminal per building – full view, limited printing

19 GBS Public View Search View ~20% of each out-of-print book View ?% of each in-print book Purchase perpetual access to entire book online Ability to annotate, print...

20 Links DRM: Google Book Settlement:


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