Open Book Alliance Gets Strength In Its Fight Against Google

The company Google has a world famous motto – “Do No Evil” for its functioning, that what Google claims but the Open Book Alliance (OBA) in the field of online book scanning does not agree to the Google’s word. The OBA which was founded by Internet Archive has raised a united voice for those who have the feeling that Google enjoys a special status in its settlement with the publishers of $125 million. The basic argument for the dispute is that where as Internet Archive the competitors of Google has to negotiate individually with the rights owners for individual contract, Google has the liberty to scan without paying; the payment is to be done as and when the author claims.

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