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D is for Digitize Symposium, Links to Panelists Essays Available

The New York Law School Law Review and
The Public-Interest Book Search Initiative
present

D Is for Digitize Symposium

The D is for Digitize conference, held October 8-10, 2009, was devoted to respectful and thoughtful discussion of the issues raised by the proposed Google Books settlement.  This symposium issue of the New York Law School Law Review continues the conversation with seven essays from D Is for Digitize participants.  These essays, representing a wide range of viewpoints on the settlement, analyze it in terms of copyright, antitrust, information policy, international law, culture, and more.  They will be essential reading for anyone interested in the settlement and its implications.

Table of Contents:

James Grimmelmann, D Is for Digitize: An Introduction (http://bit.ly/fay3EN)
Matthew Sag, The Google Book Settlement and the Fair Use Counterfactual (http://bit.ly/gW0hFd)
Lateef Mtima and Steven D. Jamar, Fulfilling the Copyright Social Justice Promise: Digitizing Textual Information (http://bit.ly/eS0Azx)
Bernard Lang, Orphan Works and the Google Book Search Settlement: An International Perspective (http://bit.ly/hVZzCF)
Katharina de la Durantaye, H Is For Harmonization: The Google Book Search Settlement and Orphan Works Legislation in the European Union (http://bit.ly/giEKPJ)
Christopher Suarez, Continued DOJ Oversight of the Google Book Search Settlement: Defending Our Public Values and Protecting Competition (http://bit.ly/dZROyp)
Mary Murrell, Digital + Library: Mass Book Digitization as Collective Inquiry (http://bit.ly/hz3zPA)
Daniel Reetz, The Why in DIY Book Scanning (http://bit.ly/fq63Vn)

The issue may be downloaded from the Law Review’s website at http://www.nyls.edu/lawreview.
For more information on the settlement, visit the Public Index at http://www.thepublicindex.org.

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