US Justice Department Looks to Restructure Google Books Settlement

The US Justice Department officially weighed in today on the Google Books settlement with publishers and authors. On the plus side for Google, the government wants to see the project continue because it has clear social benefits. On the downside, the DOJ has concerns about antitrust and copyright issues, and it’s looking for the deal to get restructured. You can get more details in The Wall Street Journal. It’s late. I’m out.

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