Copyright experts scoffed Tuesday at attempts by a top Microsoft lawyer to discredit Google’s approach to copyrighted material.
Most believed Associate General Counsel Thomas Rubin’s speech before a book conference — as well as his opinion piece in the Financial Times — had a lot more to do with Microsoft’s vicious competition with Google than about solid legal arguments.
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