Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Microsoft Hits Google's Use of Books - WSJ.com

Google is clearly Microsoft's primary competitive focus these days... 

A top attorney at Microsoft Corp. plans to fight rival Google Inc. for its use of books online and certain advertising, decrying what he sees as Google's "cavalier approach to copyright."

In a speech scheduled to be delivered today to the Association of American Publishers, Thomas Rubin, associate general counsel at Microsoft, adds to recent criticisms of Google over its use of other companies' copyrighted creations.

Source: Microsoft Hits Google's Use of Books - WSJ.com

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