Google fights headline ban in Belgium
Google has begun its fight against a ruling in Belgium that said it broke the country’s copyright law by reproducing the headlines of local newspapers
The Mountain View-headquartered company started its appeal against the 2007 decision from the court of first instance in Brussels on February 23, when its legal team presented its argument.
The lower court decision challenges not just Google, but the way...
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