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France launches Google-style plan to scan and sell out-of-print books

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A year after the collapse of the Google Books Settlement in a New York court, the government of France has passed a law to digitize and sell half a million "unavailable" works from the 20th century. The goal of the project is to preserve and commercialize French books from before 2001 that are no longer for sale in print or online. France's Bibliotheque nationale is compiling a list of books that will be included in the project and eventually sold online. more

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