What she does is fair use under Creative Commons. All members of / posters to Groklaw agree to those terms when they establish their accounts.
If you don't understand the privileges and limitations of Creative Commons I would recommend that you research and learn about it. The effort, if not over your head or beyond your limited capabilities, might save you from posting the kind of inane, uninformed and utterly ignorant garbage that you just pooted out.
Looks like you have disposed of your brain somewhere before you lurched in here to post that invective! Usually, the rights for any comments posted by the visitors belong to the visitors. It's up to each person what license they post under. But the para was specifically asking people to give her the rights so she may use the comments in a future publication. And some bums even started stating that in the byline of their comments.
What a stoopid fecker you are, Loon. The Indians are merely inquiring the status of the para's book, and you jump in here with your half-baked understanding and negligible intelligence to criticize the Indians. FOAD, fecker.
I can't be sure about advertisement - I don't follow what the wretched para is doing. But she did reserve the right to put to commercial use all of groklaw's visitors' posts (and thereby monetize the Loon efforts).