Opinion: Google is waging war on IP law
Google’s controversial Book Search project is back in the spotlight after the search engine company asked a judge to dismiss a class action suit brought by authors last week. Scott Cleland, a former deputy United States coordinator for communication and information policy and a research analyst who has spent the past 10 years studying Google, says that company has long been overstepping the boundaries of IP law
In the latest twist in a seven-year legal battle over Google’s efforts to create the world’s largest online library, US authors have responded to Google’s request to dismiss their suit challenging the Google Books project by demanding as much as...
Please log in
to read the rest of this article. New to Managing Intellectual Property?
Take advantage of free access to up to 5 articles on Managing IP and become a member today. It’s free to join and the benefits start straight away.
Please make sure you log in to read the rest of the article.
Join us nowGain FREE access to up to five free articles when you register now.