Amazon just delivered Moral Panics and the Copyright Wars, by William Patry, who is Senior Copyright Counsel at Google.
The jacket copy says:
On Wall Street, this is called "talking your book" -- forecasting events or advocating policies that will enhance the value of your investment portfolio. Google is not big on other people's property rights.
I expect to read it with dyspeptic interest, since I am considerably more on the side of creators, and of property rights generally, and start from a Lockean view rather than one based on the government as the bestower of all things. See Defending Intellectual Property.