Category Archives: Section 6.6(a)(ii)

S 06.6.1.2

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(ii) Digitized Books. On at least a quarterly basis, an update to the list of Books, Public Domain Books with a copyright date after 1922 and Government Works that Google has Digitized under this Amended Settlement Agreement along with Metadata with respect to such Books to the extent that Google is permitted to do so under then-existing contracts with Metadata providers. Google, Plaintiffs, and the Registry will cooperate to obtain such Metadata providers’ permission for Google to provide Plaintiffs and the Registry with such lists; provided that the Registry shall be responsible for payment of any additional license fees to such providers to the extent required. In communicating between them, Google and the Registry will use a unique identifier for each Book, Public Domain Book with a copyright date after 1922 or Government Work. The update for a Book, Public Domain Book with a copyright date after 1922 or Government Work will be available within a reasonable period after Digitization and completion of processing of such Book, Public Domain Book with a copyright date after 1922 or Government Work by Google. The data provided shall include information for each Book regarding the Display Uses, if any, that are being made of the Book and identification of any Books that Google is not offering for sale, including any Books that Google excludes from Display Uses for non-editorial reasons (in addition to Google’s obligation under Section 3.7(e) (Google’s Exclusion of Books)). The Registry will use this information for internal purposes only, provided that an individual record of a Book, Public Domain Book with a copyright date after 1922 or Government Work may be disclosed by the Registry to any Rightsholder of that Book or an Insert in that Book, Public Domain Book with a copyright date after 1922 or Government Work. The Registry may need permission from Metadata providers to obtain such Metadata, and will be responsible for payment of any additional license fees to the extent required by such providers.

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