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Submission + - Grimmelman on Google Books Summit Fairness Hearing (laboratorium.net)

somanyrobots writes: James Grimmelman's report from the Google Books Summit fairness hearing:

I was at the courthouse from 8:30 onwards, with the team of New York Law School students who’ve been working on the Public Index. We didn’t want to take any chances that we might not make it in. (Last time, we were among the very last people seated.) No worries there; we got great seats in the overflow room, and in the afternoon, in the courtroom itself. I’m very glad I had the student team along with me. Their observations and insights about the arguments and the lawyers were invaluable in helping me write up this post. Other than my conversation with them, I’ve avoided reading the press coverage; I wanted to provide a direct account of how I saw the day’s events, without being influenced by others’ takes.

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Grimmelman on Google Books Summit Fairness Hearing

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