RSS Google Sued by Publishers on Copyright Infringement Charges

A bunch of publishers has taken Google to court claiming the latter is promoting pirated copies of their books. As Reuters reported, the case has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York where the publishers – Cengage, Macmillan Learning, McGraw Hill, and Elsevier – accused Google of making a profit from the sale of pirated e-books that are advertised on its search engine.


Source: Good e-Reader

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