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30 Jan 2006

Court rules for Google in cache copyright case Copyright Law

In a widely noted decision, a Nevada judge has handed down a ruling in favor of Google in a case in which attorney Blake Field sued Google for copyright infringement due to Google's web page cache keeping copies of his material. Read comments by the EFF, Red Herring, and Larry Lessig's blog.

I am Google's technical expert in the case, and as you might expect, I am pleased that the judge found our position, including my report and declaration, so persuasive.

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