CNET: Judge Dismisses Authors’ Case Against Google Books 14/11/2013 by Intellectual Property Watch 2 Comments Print This Post CNET News reports: A federal judge has dismissed a copyright infringement lawsuit that an author group brought against Google, concluding that books are like Web pages when it comes to indexing them and displaying small excerpts in search results. The Google Books project has indexed millions of books, digitizing them without copyright holders’ permission, and the Authors Guild sued over the fact. But U.S. Circuit Judge Denny Chin in New York rejected that argument, granting on Thursday Google’s motion for summary judgment. The full CNET story is here. Related Articles: Google, Authors, Will Need To Rethink Digital Book Settlement EFF: Judge Dismisses Copyright “Troll” Case Fate Of Google Book Search Still To Come, Expert Says "CNET: Judge Dismisses Authors’ Case Against Google Books" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.