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A publicly-traded company primarily offering a web portal. Originally a search engine in the 1990s and early 2000s, Google expanded to online messaging, e-mail services, web video, mobile phones and so forth. Google monetizes its operations primarily through advertisements. It was founded in 1998. See also: Yahoo.
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Searching barocuckoo in Google Books finds an old address for the publisher (and a name of the individual) in a book from 1970.
A program called TVEyes that grabs up television and radio news broadcasts and makes snippets text-readable will probably be citing the Google Books case.
By not taking into account the relative popularity of texts, Google Books leaves itself open to disproportionate influence from less widely recognised sources.
The 2nd Circuit reached the right result by finding that the Google Books projects is a transformative fair use," he added.
Con el objetivo de atender dichos interrogantes, el presente documento se estructura en seis acapites: en primer lugar, se expone la evolucion jurisprudencial del fair use y el transformative use; luego, brevemente se desarrollan los fundamentos facticos y juridicos aducidos en la sentencia Google Books de 2013, asi como en la de segunda instancia de octubre de 2015, para enseguida examinar a fondo la doctrina del transformative use, con base en la cual las Cortes construyeron su argumentacion; posteriormente se evaluan los posibles efectos de las decisiones en el sistema bibliotecario; y finalmente se plantean algunas conclusiones derivadas del analisis.
Evaluating incidental errors found in Google Search that match writings on third-party websites rather than in Google Books is not straightforward.
Whether or not Google Books helps authors, Chin does not think the site's activities are illegal.
Conforme al convenio, Google Books controlaria el acceso a la informacion cultural, lo que conllevaria graves repercusiones universales en la difusion del conocimiento y el desarrollo de la ciencia.
Desde sus origenes Google Books ofrecia informacion muy novedosa respecto al libro, sus autores y sobre la obra.
Google Books and HathiTrust have been making headlines in the library world and beyond for years now, while a new player, the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), has only recently entered the scene.
The case centers on the tech company's Google Books Library Project, in which Google scans and digitizes books, then allows users to search for snippets of text from the works.