from the hey-fellas-let's-talk-this-over-some-more dept.
angry tapir writes "About 15 Indian authors and publishers, and two Indian organizations, have submitted their objections to Google's plan to scan and sell books online. Google's proposed settlement of a US lawsuit turns copyright law on its head, according to Siddharth Arya, legal counsel for the Indian Reprographic Rights Organisation, which licenses reproduction rights to books and other publications."
I consider a new device or technology to have been culturally accepted when
it has been used to commit a murder.
-- M. Gallaher