A federal judge has ruled against Google's $US125 million proposal to settle with publishers and authors whose out-of-print books Google digitised without permission. The judge feels the settlement is too favourable towards Google. Rough. [NY Times via Engadget]
Google's $US125m Settlement Over Digitised Books Rejected
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