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Judge: Google's Book Copying Doesn't Violate Copyright Law

Nov 15, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Google has prevailed in a long-running lawsuit over the millions of books the company has digitally scanned without permission from authors and publishers. A U.S. Circuit Court judge has ruled that it's "fair use" when Google scans portions of books for public to use.

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