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This edition: Does Google Books Infringe Author's Copyright?

Episode Details

Original tape date: January 19, 2016.

First aired: February 1, 2016.

Without paying a dime in royalties, Google’s Book and Library Projects have scanned tens of millions of copyrighted work, and made significant portions available to the public. Authors Guild President Roxana Robinson tells Jim Zirin of a decade-old billion dollar infringement suit against Google that the Guild has fought to the doorstep of the Supreme Court.

Guest List

Roxana Robinson President, The Authors Guild

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