State Attorney Generals and American Library Association concerned over Google settlement

Yahoo has two stories out about several US state Attorney Generals looking into the Google Settlement. It also has a story on the American Library Association wanting the Feds to closely monitor the Google Settlement. They're thinking that, basically, Google is setting up a monopoly on the acquistion of all these books and to access them, libraries are going to have to cough up some hefty change to pay for them

Did I not say this battle was far from over?

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Comment by B.R.Stateham on May 15, 2009 at 2:14pm
I think the real fighting in the trenches is just about ready to begin.
Comment by Benjamin Sobieck on May 15, 2009 at 1:35pm
You did say that, B.R., and correctly so. In the 90s, Microsoft was the tech monopoly of issue. In the 2000s, it's Google.

In the words of a Charles Bronson-esque character in a Simpsons episode, "This ain't ova."

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