Newspapers Want $77 Million from Google in Copyright Case

Belgian French-language newspapers said they want search engine Google to pay up to $77 million in damages for publishing and storing their content without permission. The newspaper copyright group Copiepresse said it had summoned Google to appear again before a Brussels court in September that will decide on their claim that they suffered damages of between $51.7 million $77.5 million.

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