Should note that Google could be paying $100,000,000+ to rights
holders without getting ANYTHING in return in the absence of a
settlement- that's what the copyright attorneys I've talked to believe
would have been the ruling by the court had the suit gone to trial.
And if that happened libraries would get nothing, not even the scans.
I don't see how bashing Google (which is NOT what the library
association briefs are doing, btw) for gaps in US and international
Copyright Law(orphan works, for example) will end up helping libraries.
My blog at http://go-to-hellman.blogspot.com/ is no longer secret.