Nervous publishers call for Google safeguards

<p>Alison Bone</p><p>The UK Publishers Association has fired off a letter to Google about potential copyright infringements, as trade and academic publishers take sides on the Google Print project.</p><p>The PA is most concerned about Google's scanning of works from five major libraries, including the Bodleian in Oxford. Although works scanned from the Bodleian will be out of copyright, Google also has access to all works from Stanford, Michigan and Harvard universities.</p><p>PA director Graham Taylor said: "The issue is on what basis Google thinks it has the right to digitise material sti...

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