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Publishers, Internet Archive Trade Reply Briefs in Book Scanning Case – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 9/7/22

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According to Publishers Weekly “In a reply filing last week, four major publishers further detailed their claims that the Internet Archive’s long-running program to scan and lend physical library books based is blatant copyright infringement that “ignores established law and undisputed facts.” And in a reply filing of their own, lawyers for the Internet Archive further insisted that the publishers are improperly conflating the market for licensed e-book lending with the IA’s efforts to facilitate traditional library lending…”


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