Despite the opt-out clause, "The revised policy is virtually the same as the previous one," The AAUP wrote in a statement opposing the plan. "Google still asserts that it may make digital copies of all books in copyright, and that they will respect the copyrights only of those who supply Google with a list of books for which rights must be recognized. In other words, Google, an enormously successful company, claims a sweeping right to appropriate the property of others for its own commercial use unless it is told, case by case and instance by instance, not to."
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