Media News - Friday, October 05, 2012
Google and the Association of American Publishers announced Thursday they reached a settlement in a long-running copyright case over books and journals digitized by the Internet giant. The settlement "will provide access to publishers' in-copyright books and journals digitized by Google for its Google Library Project" and "will end seven years of litigation," they said a joint statement. (AFP)
Join our Media News mailinglist with over 12.000 subscribers.
The Media News archive contains over 15.000 items so it is advised to narrow your search.
- WikiLeaks announces partnership with Brazilian investigative journalism center
- Acclaimed photo was faked
- Euronews launches Arabic feed
- Iran: Leading women’s magazine forced to close
- US: Nonprofit website plans watchdog journalism for Orange County
- New website reaches out to EU Neighbourhood Journalists
- Internet censorship plagues journalists at Olympics
- Sweden: Tax on press advertising to be abolished
- MySpace opens doors to developers MySpace webpage
- Startup lets public test conversational Web search