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Monday, September 18, 2006

Google loses in Belgian court

"A Belgian court has ordered Google to stop reproducing articles from French-speaking newspapers in the news section of one of its Belgian Web sites, a local press organization said.
The complaint against the world's most popular Internet search engine was lodged by Copiepresse, an organization that manages copyright for the Belgian French and German-speaking press.
The court's ruling, which was issued on Sept. 5, stipulates that Google must pay a fine of $1.3 million (1 million euros) daily if it does not comply on Monday, Copiepress general secretary Margaret Boribon said. "
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