DOJ: Google book settlement needs major rewrite

21 09 2009

The US Department of Justice has added yet another filing to the growing pile of documents that have been produced in response to impending legal action on the Google book settlement. While the DOJ accepts that the settlement may perform a public good by restoring access to out-of-print works, its filing highlights many of the same antitrust and copyright concerns that have been raised by others. As such, it recommends that the settlement be rejected in its current form, while providing a series of suggestions to guide further negotiations by the interested parties.

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