Google Licenses Content from The Associated Press

Google has agreed to pay The Associated Press for stories and photographs, settling a dispute with a key provider of the copyrighted news that the online search engine finds and displays on its popular Web site. The company has long claimed that it doesn't owe anything for simply pointing out news stories and photographs posted on Web sites -- which Google's lawyers maintain is protected under "fair use" protections under copyright law.

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