Reuters reports that Princeton University has become the 12th major library system to sign on to Google's ambitious and controversial book-scanning project. Google announced on Monday that Princeton has agreed to work with the search giant to digitize approximately one million public domain books.  The university's library has a combined collection of more than 6 million printed works, 5 million manuscripts, and 2 million nonprint items. ..;_ylt=AqsyWGR0DUJh_BODXWbio4RT.3QA


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