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+ - Google Books Settlement Goes Back to Beta->

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Miracle Jones
Miracle Jones writes "The Google books settlement has been removed from consideration by Google and the Author's Guild after the DOJ made it crystal clear that the settlement would not be ratified "as is" due to foreign rights, privacy, and antitrust reasons. The October 7th "fairness hearing" has been canceled, and the next step is a November 6th "status hearing" where the plaintiffs will reveal changes to the new settlement, such as how they plan to make the new settlement more fair, legal, and inclusive, and whether or not they will need to notify all the members of the class action lawsuit (7 million writers or so) YET AGAIN as a result of the changes. Some people are very happy about this."
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