JUN-11(2)

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The ongoing saga of the Google book settlement has all the earmarks of a classic: On one hand is its lofty goal of preventing a repetition of the burning of the Library of Alexander and preserving written content; on the other is the issue of unprotected, defenseless orphans. Practically, however, this is a rich case dealing with serious issues: copyright protections in a digital world, privacy, international conflicts, monopolies, forward-looking class certifications, court v. legislative decision-making. Our authors tackle these and others from a variety of perspectives.

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