I’m sorry if for beating a dead horse, but it seems every Google critic is making the same mistake:
The creators and owners of these copyrighted works will not be compensated, nor has Google defined what a “snippet” is: a paragraph? A page? A chapter? A whole book?
The answer is “less than a paragraph.” You can find that page by going to the Google Print home page, clicking “About Google Print,” and then clicking “view our Google Print Screenshots.” There are links to that page in several other places on Google Print’s web page as well.
Am I off base to think that this falls under the category of “basic fact-checking?”