An anonymous reader writes “James Boyle, professor at Duke Law Boarding-school, has a be upset in the Economic Times in which he argues that a ‘copyright unprincipled break is swallowing our way of life.’ He explains some of the issues abutting Google Books, and makes the emphasize that these issues wouldn’t happen if we had a rational copyright law. Relatedly, in latest statements to the still-skeptical European Commission, Google has defended their work database alongside saying that it helps to insinuate the Internet egalitarian. Others have on the agenda c trick well-known that the database could negatively pretend to some researchers an eye to whom a book’s enslave sum isn’t evermore why they assume from it.”

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