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Analysis: Google won’t give up yet

Karen Bolipata, New York

It’s back to the drawing board for Google after Judge Denny Chin yesterday rejected its book digitisation agreement – but the internet company remains determined to make the plan work

Whether the search engine will return to negotiations or appeal the ruling is not yet known, though the parties involved expressed interest in reaching an agreement.

“This is clearly disappointing, but we'll review the Court's decision and consider our options,”...

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