Justice Department Not Satisfied with Google Books Deal

In another blow to Google's plan to create a giant digital library and bookstore, the Justice Department said that a class-action settlement between the company and groups representing authors and publishers had significant legal problems, even after recent revisions. In a 31-page filing that could influence a federal judge's ruling on the settlement, the department said the new agreement was much improved from an earlier version but said the changes were not enough to placate concerns.