Authors have until 5 May to tell Google to get their money grubbing hands off their books, writes Jess Hill. After that, they can be scanned and uploaded to Google’s virtual library. Is this a case of copyright infringement or are they the Robin Hood of book lovers all over the planet?

As the article states, it’s a noble cause for Google to digitize all literature even when they were told not to, but their timing couldn’t have been more precise where we’re slowly seeing the declines of capitalism throughout the world. Tin foil hat anyone?

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