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Major Libraries Join Controversial Project to Publish ‘Orphan’ Books Online

by | Aug 29, 2011 | 0 comments

The Chronicle of higher Education reports that “Several libraries … pledged to follow the University of Michigan’s lead in making available on their campuses digital copies of books whose copyright holders cannot be found to ask for permission. The libraries jumping in today are the University of California Libraries, and libraries at Cornell, Duke, Emory, and the Johns Hopkins Universities.”

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