Archive for February, 2009
Google has entered into an agreement with the Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers to settle two lawsuits over Google’s Book Search project. This settlement will allow more materials to be easily accessible online while also ensuring that copyright holders are able to receive compensation for their works.
In 2004, Google started scanning books and making their text available online, accessible through the Google search engine. In 2005, several publishers and authors filed a class action lawsuit, claiming that Google had violated US copyright law.
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how to get your boyfriend back through text, how to get my ex boyfriend back when he has a new girlfriend, etc.
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Continuing a saga that has lasted for 13-plus years, the Copyright Board has delivered its reasons in Tariff 22.B-G. This decision sets tariffs for a variety of online music uses, including on Internet radio and game sites, with royalties applying from 1996 to 2006. As with its predecessors, Tariff 22.B-G is being challenged in the courts and is unlikely to be settled in the near future. Summary at: http://www.mccarth