Microsoft to launch book search engine
Google Print to be rivalled by more "copyright-friendly" service (allegedly)
Already in operation, Google Print, which is scanning works from Harvard, Stanford and Michigan universities, was last week sued by five leading publishers over claims it infringes authors' copyright.
Perhaps in an effort to illustrate that Google is, in fact, being evil, Microsoft announced that its MSN Book Search would be affiliated with the Open Content Alliance, the benign group formed by Yahoo! and Internet Archive patrons that pledges to consult all copyright holders before putting their works online.
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