Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Even More on Grokster. Salon.com has an article entitled "Supreme Court's unsound decision from NYU professor Siva Vaidhyanathan. From the article: "If anyone infringes, it's Google: The company caches millions of Web pages without permission (again, giving copyright holders the option of protesting). And soon it will offer millions of copyrighted books in electronic form without payment or permission. How would Google fare in a post-Grokster world? The publishing industry no doubt wonders. And it just might sue to find out."

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