Rose Auslander Quoted Regarding Google’s Print Library
Intellectual Property partner Rose Auslander was quoted in the article “Google Launches Print Library Amid Copyright Debate” from the November 3, 2005 issue of IP Law Bulletin. She is quoted regarding allegations of copyright infringement aimed at Google and its recently launched Library Project, which plans to offer certain restricted “…online access to digitized books from several university and public libraries.” The debate over the project is whether Google’s project constitutes fair use under copyright law. Ms. Auslander contends that if Google is infringing, then its “opt-out” option will not save it, but if the Library Project is within the bounds of fair use, then Google is offering publishers “a commendable courtesy.”
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