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ALEX BEAM

Google vs. the libraries

December 2, 2008

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It seemed like a great idea at the time. In 2004, Google signed a deal with five major research libraries to digitize all the books in their collections. "Google's mission is to organize the world's information, and we're excited to be working with libraries to help make this mission a reality" proclaimed company cofounder Larry Page. It looked like an ... (Full article: 679 words)

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