Google gets judicial support for indexing books online




Google gets judicial support for indexing books online

US Federal Court today, Thursday, a legal provision that Google indexes books, electronically on the Internet through service “Google Books”.

He said federal judge, Denny Chin, on the merits of his “Google made across the arts and Sciences of users keeps the rights of authors and other creators.”

Qin stressed that show service “Google Books” excerpts from books in search results is included under fair use, and is not prejudicial to the rights of the authors or publishers of those books.

And Google indexing service “Google Books” over 20 million books in print, online, and follow the policy of the book pages not displayed only after obtaining permission from the author or Publisher where he then excerpts and information on its content, but complete books reviewed are without copyright, which I consider to be a fair judge.

Google said in a statement commenting on the sentence “we are very happy because this ruling, our service does not conflict with the copyright protection laws, but gives users the ability to find books and found parts of it before purchase or borrow.

The authors Guild of America had entered into conflict with Google since 2005 because of the service, in order to preserve the rights of authors to get paid for their books.
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