Professor Annemarie Bridy was interviewed last Friday following the Second Circuit's eagerly awaited decision in Authors Guild v. Google, which affirmed the district court's holding that Google Book Search is protected by copyright's fair use doctrine from claims of copyright infringement by copyright owners whose works Google scanned in toto without first obtaining authorization.  To understand why the case, which took a decade to make its way through the courts, is an important one for copyright law and the evolution of fair use, you can read the article for which she was interviewed here.