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Google settles copyright dispute with Belgium newspapers

Publishers had objected to the search giant's use of headlines and snippets of Belgian newspaper articles in its Google News aggregation service

By December 13, 2012


Google scrubs Belgian newspapers from Search

The company has done so following its loss in a case against a group of Belgian newspapers over copyright infringement related to Google News.

By July 18, 2011


Report: Belgian publishers demand up to $77 million from Google

Search giant says it intends to fight new claims that it owes newspaper publishers a hefty damage award related to copyright lawsuit still being appealed.

By May 27, 2008


Google appeals Belgian copyright ruling

Company is also in talks with the group that has sued it, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.

By July 3, 2007


Google resumes Belgian newspaper links after talks begin

Google begins negotiations with Belgian group that sued it over copyright. Google adds Belgian newspaper links back into its Web search site.

By May 3, 2007


Belgian copyright group warns Yahoo

Copiepresse, which represents French- and German-language Belgian newspapers, adds No. 2 search engine to its list of offenders.

By January 19, 2007


Google suffers setback in copyright case

Belgian court says newspaper excerpts are a no-no. But experts question whether there will be much of an impact outside Europe.

By February 13, 2007


Year in review: A double-edged sword for Google

Tech giant kicked off 2006 by challenging a federal subpoena for search records--but also complying with Chinese authorities.

December 18, 2006