The Authors Guild v. Google, Inc.

Filing 122

AMENDED , on behalf of Amicus Curiae American Photographic Artists, American Society of Media Photographers, Inc., Digital Media Licensing Association, Graphic Artists Guild, Mystery Writers of America, National Association of Science Writers, National Press Photographers Association, National Writers Union, North American Nature Photography Association, Professional Photographers of America, Romance Writers of America, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Songwriters Guild of America, Inc., Text and Academic Authors Association and Western Writers of America, FILED. Service date 04/24/2014 by CM/ECF.[1209057] [13-4829]

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NANCY E. WOLFF 212 974 7474 ext 1940 April 23, 2014 VIA ECF Catherine O’Hagan Wolfe, Clerk of the Court United States Court of Appeals For the Second Circuit Thurgood Marshall U.S Courthouse 40 Foley Square New York, NY 10010 Re: The Authors Guild v. Google, Inc. (13-4829-cv) Dear Madame Clerk, Please take notice that The National Press Photographers Association’s description, listed in paragraph 5 of the Appendix to our Amicus Brief (ECF Docket # 69), has been updated as follows: “The National Press Photographers Association (“NPPA”) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of visual journalism in its creation, editing and distribution. NPPA’s approximately 7,000 members include television and still photographers, editors, students and representatives of businesses that serve the visual journalism industry. Since its founding in 1946, the NPPA has vigorously promoted and defended the rights of photographers and journalists, including intellectual property rights and freedom of the press in all its forms, especially as it relates to visual journalism.” Thank you for your attention to this matter. Respectfully, s/Nancy E. Wolff Nancy E. Wolff

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