Google's "Library Project" which allows users to view snippets from books that have been scanned from library collections is the subject of two recently filed lawsuits. This article takes an in-depth look at the "Library Project" in light of modem copyright law. The "Library Project" presents courts with the difficult task of balancing consumers' desire for information on demand and authors' legal rights.
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