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Re: Controversy concerning "Google Print"
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- Date: Wed, 25 May 2005 21:17:29 EDT
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Givler's letter is available on the AAUP website. Here is the link: http://aaupnet.org/aboutup/issues/0865_001.pdf Annaig Mahe Joseph Esposito a �crit :
There is a good summary of the controversy among publishers concerning Google Print in Business Week. Here is the link, but it may require a subscriber's password: http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/may2005/tc20050523_9472_tc024.htm The article also links to a copy of a letter from Peter Givler, head of the AAUP, to Google, challenging the legal assumptions behind the Google program. A better researcher than I may be able to find a link to Givler's letter that does not require the Business Week password.
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