Microsoft tars Google with profiting off pirates

Wednesday, 7 March 2007, 12:19 AM EST

Microsoft today said reports published last month that Google profited from sites pimping pirated movies and software show why copyright holders shouldn't trust the search company.

In a speech before the Association of American Publishers (AAP) in New York City today, Thomas Rubin, a Microsoft associate general counsel, argued that while his company's Live Search Books project honors copyright protection, Google's Book Search does not.

At Computerworld.

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