Google Book Settlement Broadcast

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Google Book Settlement Broadcast


California Lawyers for the Arts
April 23rd
Remote Broadcast Recording from law office of Jonathan Kirsch
Law Offices of Jonathan Kirsch
1880 Century Park East, Suite 515
Los Angeles, CA 90067

The Court system  has preliminarily approved the settlement of a class action lawsuit brought by authors and publishers, claiming that Google has violated their copyrights by scanning their books, creating an electronic database and displaying short excerpts without the permission of the copyright holders. Google denies the claims.  The broadcast was to inform Rightsholders of an upcoming opt-out date for the class action lawsuit and to give general information regarding who can be included in the lawsuit.  As of May 6th, 803 have viewed the on-demand content of this recorded broadcast.

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