Category Archives: Section 3.10(c)(ii)

S 03.10.3.2

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(ii) Hyperlinks and Book Annotations. Except as expressly authorized by the Registered Rightsholder or the Registry , for unclaimed Books, by the Unclaimed Works Fiduciary, Google may not add hyperlinks to any content within a page of a Book or facilitate the sharing of Book Annotations, except that Google may:

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S 03.10.3.2.1

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(1) add hyperlinks within the Book for specific internal references from text contained within the Book to other sections of the Book, such as from a table of contents entry to the referenced page, from a page number in the index to the page, or from internal references in the Book to footnotes, endnotes, bibliographical material, appendices, figures, and illustrations,

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(1), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.2

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(2) add a hyperlink from an explicit reference in the Book to an online version of an external source cited in a footnote, endnote, or bibliographical material,

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(2), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.3

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(3) add a hyperlink to a URL that the Rightsholder included in a Book,

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S 03.10.3.2.4

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(4) temporarily highlight or otherwise emphasize words in response to a user’s action, so long as such highlight or emphasis appears only on the user’s monitor and/or on a page printed by such user, and

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(4), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.5

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(5) Subject to the Rightsholder’s right to exclude its Books from the Book Annotation sharing feature, allow a user to make Book Annotations for the user’s own personal use and to share those Book Annotations with a limited number of other users, provided that the feature that enables Book Annotations within Google Products and Services is subject to the following limitations:

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.5.1

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a) Book Annotations may not be shared with the general public, and

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S 03.10.3.2.5.2

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b) Book Annotations may not be accessible to any user pressly chosen to access it either by active selection or by participation in a group such as a class for which this feature is used, and

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5)(b), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.5.3

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c) Book Annotations may not be displayed with the Book for other users who do not already have the right to view the Book, and

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5)(c), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.5.4

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d) for sharing of a Book Annotation in connection with chase, the user may only share such Book Annotation with no more than twenty-five (25) individuals and the user must identify (e.g., by name, login or user id) each individual with whom such Book Annotation will be shared, and

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5)(d), Settlement | Comments closed

S 03.10.3.2.5.5

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e) for sharing of a Book Annotation as part of an Institutional Subscription, the user may only share such Book Annotation with the following other users of such Institutional Subscription: instructors and students in a single academic course sharing such Book Annotation in connection with such course during an academic year or with students of the same course during a subsequent academic year, and employees of the subscriber of the Institutional Subscription sharing such Book Annotation in connection with a discrete work project during the course of that project.

Also posted in Article 03, Section 3.10, Section 3.10(c), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5), Section 3.10(c)(ii)(5)(e), Settlement | Comments closed