Category Archives: Section 4.3(b)(i)(1)

S 04.3.2.1.1

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(1) Standard Preview. “Standard Preview” means that Google may display (in addition to the table of contents, title page, copyright page and other pages that appear prior to the table of contents, and the index) up to twenty percent (20%) of the pages of a Book to a user but no more than five (5) adjacent pages at a time (i.e., when a user lands on a given page from a search or navigation, the user will be limited to viewing no more than four (4) additional adjacent pages at a time), before or after which no fewer than two (2) pages are blocked; provided that, for Fiction, Google will block the final five percent (5%) of the Book’s pages (or a minimum of the final fifteen (15) pages in the Book). In addition, “Standard Preview” for Fiction means that, at Google’s option, Google may display up to twenty percent (20%) of the pages of a Book to a user, subject to the following: (i) Google may display up to five percent (5%) of a Fiction Book, or fifteen (15) pages, whichever is less, adjacent to where a user lands on a given page from a search or navigation and (ii) Google will block the final five percent (5%) of the Book’s pages (or a minimum of the final fifteen (15) pages in the Book). As used in this Section 4.3(b)(i)(1) (Standard Preview), “Fiction” means Books associated with BISAC codes for Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels, Drama, Humor, Literary Collections and Poetry, and, for any Books that do not have a BISAC code, any Books comprising works of imaginative narration. If the Registry disagrees with Google’s categorization of a Book as Fiction, the Registry may notify Google and if Google and the Registry do not agree on whether a Book is Fiction, the dispute shall be resolved pursuant to Article IX (Dispute Resolution). If Google and the Registry determine, or if an Arbitrator decides, that a Book was mistakenly categorized to be Fiction or non-Fiction, then Google promptly shall change the categorization of the Book after the determination or decision, and such change, if made, shall be the Rightsholder’s and the Registry’s sole remedy and Google’s sole obligation for such mistaken categorization.

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