Thursday, September 24, 2009

Scribd Draws Lawyer Attention ... from Court

Copyright infringement is at the heart of a lawsuit filed against social publishing site Scribd recently, as reported on September 19th by CNET News.

"Scribd managers have "built a technology that's broken barriers to copyright infringement on a global scale and in the process have also built one of the largest readerships in the world," the attorneys representing the class wrote in the complaint."

Scribd reportedly has built a following of tens of millions of readers every month, and has published 10 million documents, according to the site.

Read the full story on the Scribd lawsuit here.

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