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Is Google a Friend of Artists?

By Kurt Sutter ‘…As a guy with more than a few exes, I have to tell you, Marv, the most insidious ex is the one who hides the truth, steals your money, and lies to all your friends. That’s what … Continue reading

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Crazy Copyright Laws II

James Boyle, a professor at Duke Law School, seems to endorse my post and theory about ‘Crazy Copyright Laws’. His article in the Financial Times about the Google Books case makes the point that these issues wouldn’t exist if we … Continue reading

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Google and your Books

If your book was published by Google, consider this message by Angela Hoy of Writers Weekly: ‘YOU MUST OPT-OUT OF THE GOOGLE SETTLEMENT THIS WEEK OR BE BOUND TO WHATEVER TERMS THEY SPECIFY FOR *YOUR* BOOKS! To opt-out instantly online, … Continue reading

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