ASHLEY BELANGER, Ars Technica; Publishers beat Internet Archive as judge rules e-book lending violates copyright
Internet Archive: Judge’s copyright ruling is a “blow to all libraries.”
"On Friday, a US district judge ruled in favor of book publishers suing the Internet Archive (IA) for copyright infringement. The IA’s Open Library project—which partners with libraries to scan print books in their collections and offer them as lendable e-books—had no right to reproduce 127 of the publishers’ books named in the suit, judge John Koeltl decided."
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