RackinFrackin writes: Publisher's Weekly has a story about a copyright lawsuit lodged against several faculty members and a librarian at Georgia State University. The case Cambridge University Press, et al. v. Patton et al. involvese-reserves, a practice of making electronic copies of articles available to students. From the article, "a court in Atlanta could yet deliver something that publishers expressly chose to avoid in their settlement with Google: a fair use ruling."
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