Another lawsuit (S.D. NY. 1:2011cv06351) has been filed by the Authors Guild (whose President is Scott Turow), the Australian Society of Authors, the Québec Union of Writers, and various individual authors who allege that HathiTrust, a partnership of research and university libraries, has engaged in large-scale copyright infringement “by digitizing, archiving, copying and now publishing ... copyrighted works without the authorization of those works’ rights holders." A partial docket in the case is available from justia.com. A New York Times article cites the Authors Guild claim that the HaithiTrust has 7 million copyrighted works by more than 8,500 authors on servers maintained by the University of Michigan. Acording to the same article, the HathiTrust has digitized about 9.5 million works, of which approximately 27% are in the public domain. The article also references the still pending 2005 suit against Google, which brought similar allegations.