Princeton joins Google Library Project

Google gives the impression they could not care less about the proclaimed copyright violations by the opponents of the company's Library Project. Instead, the search giant just bounces back with yet another deal. Google never seems to quench its thirst: Texas Library less than a month ago, Princeton University this month. Princeton is offering another million public domain books to be digitized, following in Harvard and Oxford's footsteps. Other partners, including the University of Michigan and University of California, are allowing copyright-protected books to be digitized - the main reason for lawsuits filed against Google by publishers' and authors' groups in the United States and Europe.

News source: News.com

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