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Brief Of Digital Humanities And Law Scholars As Amici Curiae In Support Of Defendant-Appellees And Affirmance, (The Authors Guild, Inc., Et Al., V. Google, Inc., Et Al.), Matthew L. Jockers, Matthew Sag, Jason Schultz Jan 2014

Brief Of Digital Humanities And Law Scholars As Amici Curiae In Support Of Defendant-Appellees And Affirmance, (The Authors Guild, Inc., Et Al., V. Google, Inc., Et Al.), Matthew L. Jockers, Matthew Sag, Jason Schultz

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Amici are over 150 professors and scholars who teach, write, and research in computer science, the digital humanities, linguistics or law, and two associations that represent Digital Humanities scholars generally.2 Amici have an interest in this case because of its potential impact on their ability to discover and understand, through automated means, the data in and relationships among textual works. Legal Scholar Amici also have an interest in the sound development of intellectual property law. Resolution of the legal issue of copying for non-expressive uses has far-reaching implications for the scope of copyright protection, a subject germane to Amici’s professional …