|6th June||Asian Futures: Innovation in Research and Scholarly Publishing|
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|25th to 26th April||Advanced course in journal publishing – Japan 2019|
August 8, 2011
August 7, 2011. France has caused plenty of headaches for Google. Its politicians have denounced the U.S. Internet giant as a cultural imperialist; its publishers have called it a copyright cheat.
Yet France is suddenly the only country in the world in which Google has managed to achieve a longstanding business goal. A few days ago Google signed an agreement with the publisher Hachette Livre under which tens of thousands of French-language books will be pulled out of ink-on-paper purgatory and provided with a digital afterlife.