The bosses at Google are having a tough time convincing the court for granting the permission for making world’s biggest virtual library, with the court ruling that the idea is stretched too far.
It was earlier reported that in the wake of putting up millions of volumes online, Google had approached local court to seek the approval on its deal with some of the biggest publication houses in 2008.
But seems like, the concept did not wash down well with the decision-takers as it was strongly felt that it is not possible to put the idea practically and it is still a distant dream.
It is opinioned that there is a major risk involved of violation of international law as there are chances that the revered work of foreign authors might get published without their consent and copyrights.
Since its proposal, the deal has attracted a lot of contention and unrest from the market analysts, rivals of Google, renowned authors, governments and literary experts.
But refusing to step back, the Managing Counsel for Google, Hilary Ware, said that though, they are disappointed with the court’s decision but will continue with their endeavors and will take every possible measure to make more of the world’s books discoverable online.