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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), with co-counsel Durie Tangri, is defending the Internet Archive against a lawsuit that threatens its Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) program.

Four publishers sued the Archive, alleging that CDL violates their copyrights. In their complaint, Hachette, HarperCollins, Wiley, and Penguin Random House claim CDL has cost their companies millions of dollars and is a threat to their businesses.

They are wrong.


eff.org/cases/hachette-v-inter

On July 7, 2022, the EFF filed a motion for summary judgment, asking the court to put an end to this dangerous lawsuit. Briefing will continue through the fall.


eff.org/document/hachette-v-in

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