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Submission + - Google Looks to Convert Print Pubs into E-Articles (bnet.com)

bizwriter writes: A patent application by Google (GOOG), filed in August 2008 and made public last week, shows that the company is trying to automate the process of splitting printed magazines and newspapers into individual articles that it could then deliver separately. Although this could allow Google to convert stacks of periodicals into electronic archives, it potentially sends the company headlong into conflict with a famous Supreme Court ruling on media law.
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Google Looks to Convert Print Pubs into E-Articles

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