Possible Outcomes of the Google Book Search Litigation

BY CCIA Staff
March 5, 2010

Much ink has been spilled over the future of the Google Book Settlement, but never before has anyone attempted to squeeze it onto one page. This flow chart, by Jon Band for the Library Copyright Alliance, maps out many of the possible legal outcomes in this important case.

Check it out at www.librarycopyrightalliance.org

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