Internet Archive files Intervention Request

Greetings. The Internet Archive is seeking leave to file a motion before the Southern District of New York U.S. District Court to intervene in the matter of The Authors Guild Inc. et al. v. Google Inc. as a party defendant.

Below is the letter delivered to the Court of the Honorable Dennis Chin.

View Request at Scribd: Archive intervention in Google Book Search

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18 Responses to “Internet Archive files Intervention Request”

  1. Google Book Settlement Link Dump Awesomeness at pureinformation.org Says:

    [...] Open Content Alliance: Internet Archive files Intervention Request [...]

  2. Academitron» Blog Archive » Google Book Search update: the Internet Archive seeks to intervene Says:

    [...] Content Alliance) has sought leave to file a motion to intervene in the Google Books settlement. (Announcement, text of [...]

  3. Letters Begin Flying in Objection to the Proposed Google Book Search Settlement | Disruptive Library Technology Jester Says:

    [...] the May deadline.Another objection came from the Open Content Alliance. On behalf of the OCA, Internet Archive filed an intervention request with the court seeking to become a party to the settlement. The document, located on the Scribd [...]

  4. The Internet Archive opposes Google book settlement | TeleRead: Bring the E-Books Home Says:

    [...] following from The Fiction Circus: T he Internet Archive has filed a brief against Google hoping to challenge Google’s  settlement with the "Author’s Guild" on the grounds that the [...]

  5. ResourceShelf » Blog Archive » Google Books Rival Objects to Settlement, Internet Archive files Intervention Request Says:

    [...] Source: The Recorder (via Law.com) See Also: Read the Full Text of the Letter the IA Sent to The Judge [...]

  6. Links 21/04/2009: Sun Bought by Oracle, Kubuntu Beats PC-BSD in Benchmarks | Boycott Novell Says:

    [...] Internet Archive files Intervention Request The Internet Archive is seeking leave to file a motion before the Southern District of New York U.S. District Court to intervene in the matter of The Authors Guild Inc. et al. v. Google Inc. as a party defendant. [...]

  7. Akma » The Google Settlement Says:

    [...] I trust all the Googlepolitans whom I know, but this settlement has an ugly subtext; I’m on the Internet Archive’s side in this fight.   As an author, as a reader, as a technologist, as an editor, in every facet of [...]

  8. Google Book Settlement » OITP Participates in ITIF Google Book Settlement Panel at Library of Congress Says:

    [...] Brantley stated that the Internet Archive has filed a motion with the court to intervene as a party defendant. He said that unlike the library associations, the [...]

  9. District Dispatch » OITP Participates in ITIF Google Book Settlement Panel at Library of Congress Says:

    [...] Brantley stated that the Internet Archive has filed a motion with the court to intervene as a party defendant. He said that unlike the library associations, the [...]

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  11. Börsenverein: “objections” gegen Google Book Settlement Says:

    [...] ist auch die Non-Profit-Bibliothek Internet Archives unter den Kritikern, deren Schreiben man hier einsehen [...]

  12. Martin Says:

    The wired FAQ on the GBS (http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2009/04/the-fight-over-the-worlds-greatest-library-the-wiredcom-faq/) sums it all up:

    Q: Could Google end up with the most comprehensive online library in the world? Won’t libraries place thousands of subscriptions due to overwhelming demand? And since there’s only one vendor (Google) and the Book Registry will set the price, won’t the price be incredibly high? Or at least climb that way over time?

    A: Bingo.

    That’s why this is so important

  13. Google Book Search Settlement Says:

    [...] to intervene as a defendant party to the lawsuit in order to represent the interests of libraries. (Open Content Alliance blog, 17-Apr-2009) The request was subsequently denied. (Court order by Denny Chin, 24-Apr-2009) * The judge [...]

  14. Google Books sued by a pig, cat and dog | Open Source | ZDNet.com Says:

    [...] tells me, however, that’s not going to happen. The Archive’s claim is based on the fact that Google has the money to pay for digitizing (about $1 per book), it does [...]

  15. Google Books sued by a pig, cat and dog | Open Source Blog Says:

    [...] tells me, however, that’s not going to happen. The Archive’s claim is based on the fact that Google has the money to pay for digitizing (about $1 per book), it does [...]

  16. Google Books sued by a pig, cat and dog | WebFroster Says:

    [...] tells me, however, that’s not going to happen. The Archive’s claim is based on the fact that Google has the money to pay for digitizing (about $1 per book), it does [...]

  17. Иван Says:

    имя,имени,человека,людей,руси,значение имени,женские имена,имена бесплатно,мужские имена,совместимость имен,имя человека,имена девочек,тайна имени,имена мальчиковУ каждого человека есть своё имя, но не каждый человек может сказать что
    же значти его имя .
    Не каждый знает происхождение и корни своего имени, хотя это очень важно.

  18. consultant Says:

    well, it is a justifiable cause, and leave application! .. what happened after 2009? .. there were no further entries that I COULD trace and see. The petition is reasonable. I hope the Archive will be able to present the views suitably.

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