Google Settles with Authors

The search giant will pay $125 million to settle lawsuits stating it violated copyright law by scanning millions of books
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After more than two years of negotiation, Google (GOOG) has settled lawsuits filed by the Authors Guild and five publisher members of the Association of American Publishers against a Google program that has scanned millions of library books.

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