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Copyright Notice To ascertain whether a work bears a copyright notice complying with the Copyright Act (“Copyright Notice”), at least two people shall review at least the title page (and the copyright page, if a Copyright Notice is not on the title page) of a work. If, without communication between two of such reviewers, they each found that those pages do not contain a Copyright Notice, then the work is deemed “Presumably Does Not Contain a Copyright Notice.” If the reviewers did not agree, and Google determines that the scanned images of a work do not contain a Copyright Notice, then the work may be deemed “Presumably Does Not Contain a Copyright Notice.”

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