Google Book Search is subject to law suits for obvious copyright reasons, centering on the understanding of 'fair use'.
Now, John Dvorak reacts to the European Publishers Council's stance, which is quite similar to Pat Schroeder's and Bob Barr's letter to the Washington Times. Dvorak describes the EPC vision as 'euro-crap'. Now, even if you agree (as I do) with the way Google defends its project, that's a pretty dumb assessment.
Shoot the crap!