Now that the court has rejected the Google Books settlement, what will happen next? This conversation traces the history of Google's audacious plan to scan the world's books and the controversial settlement in the lawsuit filed against it by copyright owners. What does it mean for the world of e-books, and what might happen with Google's immense digital library?
James Grimmelmann, New York Law School (moderator)
Jonathan Band, Policy Bandwidth
Kenneth Crews, Columbia University Copyright Advisory Office