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I don't see AFP winning. Copyright is not absolute, not in US anyway, and what G does I think falls under fair use. All they use is at most a sentence and a thumbnail
Seriously ..about time ..and I hope they "AFP" win ..then maybe we can forget this " you want to keep us out you have to say so in your robots text " argument ..
Wonder if "G" put any in their "cache" aswell ..might aswell get all the "issues" sorted at once ..
What's $17.5m to Google anyway...loose change
agreed, i think the bad publicity will hurt Google more than the financial loss.
AFP alleged that Google has ignored such requests and as of the filing date of the lawsuit "continues in an unabated manner to violate AFP's copyrights."
surely Google are not that stupid?
It seems that Google needs to keep more of an eye on its european operations, they seem to be spending most of their time in court :O)