ALPSP calls for 'urgent' Google meeting

<p>Sally Morris, chief executive of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), has warned Google that its "temporary concession" not to scan copyright protected texts held in libraries was "still not enough" and has called on the giant search engine to hold an "urgent meeting" with representatives of all major publishing organisations, in order to work out a "realistic--and legal--way forward".</p><p>She said that the ALPSP, which represents not-for-profit publishers, had advised its members that they should consider excluding all their publications, after Googl...

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