Google’s attempt to build the world’s biggest digital library was sidetracked yesterday as a federal judge rejected a settlement between the Internet giant and authors and publishers who sued for copyright infringement.
Judge Denny Chin said the settlement, which was reached in 2008 to resolve two lawsuits challenging the mass scanning of books and the display of “snippets” for online searching “would simply go too far.”
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