Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Google and Copyright
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Posted by M Arthur Auslander on November 26, 2001 at 22:29:55:
In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: Google and Copyright posted by Oakley on November 26, 2001 at 09:14:39:
: : : : : Are google's cached pages "fair use"?
: : : : : I am reviewing and featuring Web sites, and I want to know if I need explicit permission to copy pages or parts thereof.
: : : : : If you enter www.interproplaw.com into google.com, press enter, and click on "Show Google's cache of www.intelproplaw.com" you should see the cached page of this site (actually all htm shtml and so on pages are cached).
: : : : : Google.com is the Web's number one search engine.
: : : : Dear Mr. Oakely,
: : : > What can one do? Copyright is probably the biggest legal Internet issue. Google is probably the biggest search around. Should we be able to follow their example, and reproduce pages for purposes of commentary, features and related usage?
: : : The google pages are available to anyone with an Internet connection, and therefore people need not actually visit the original site, but just google for many of the orginal site's services.
: : : : M. Arthur Auslander
: : : : Auslander & Thomas-Intellectual Property Law Since 1909
: : Dear Mr. Oakley,
: : It is my unresearched view that the copying on a VCR is copyright infringement. It is as hard to follow and police a photocopies in an office. I also understand that there may be so licencing system now for office some photocopying.
: : Auslander & Thomas-Intellectual Property Law Since 1909
Dear Mr. Oakley,
M. Arthur Auslander
Auslander & Thomas-Intellectual Property Law Since 1909
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