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The Internet Archives announced an appeal after losing the case in March over disputes over the opening of 1.4 million books.

via:IT之家     time:2023/9/13 13:05:18     readed:177

According to news from IT House on September 13, the Internet Archives (The Internet Archive) during the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020The announcement of a time limit for lending of 1.4 million copyrighted books has been sued by book publishers.

The announcement of a time limit for lending of 1.4 million copyrighted books has been sued by book publishers.

The Internet Archives issued a press release today.Announcing a further appeal, the agency argued that the lower courts of the United States had made a factual and legal mistake, arguing that it was a necessary battle if libraries were to survive in the digital age.

Announcing a further appeal, the agency argued that the lower courts of the United States had made a factual and legal mistake, arguing that it was a necessary battle if libraries were to survive in the digital age.

The library model has been unprecedentedly attacked. The core values of the library are protection and access, equal opportunities and universal education, but they are currently threatened by book bans, budget cuts and a heavy license system.

We hope to continue to support the library in the digital age through appeal, and now is the time to stand up for the library model.

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"the Internet Archives was sued for opening 1.4 million copyrighted books, and a US court ruled that the website had no right to scan books."

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