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30 de Abril de 2009

Google afronta una investigación antimonopolio por un acuerdo para digitalizar millones de libros y ponerlos en la red

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El Departamento de Justicia ha emprendido una investigación para determinar si Google está violando las leyes antimonopolio al acordar con escritores y editores digitalizar millones de libros impresos y publicar sus contenidos en la red. Hablamos con Brewster Kahle, fundador de la biblioteca en internet sin fines de lucro Archive.org. Es uno de los críticos que advierten que Google podría terminar poseyendo el monopolio del acceso a la información y la licencia exclusiva para obtener ganancias sobre millones de libros.

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