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HarperCollins Accuses Apple Of Copyright Infringement

Posted at 7:50AM Tuesday 28 Jan 2014

HarperCollins, recently requested that Google remove search engine links to some of its own books on Apple's iTunes in what appears to be a poorly executed attempt to fight online piracy. HarperCollins made the takedown requests through Digimarc, a company that provides anti-piracy protection for publishers and authors.

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