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  1. SearchDay: The Search Wars Are Over

    Belgian Newspapers Want $77.5 million in Damages from GooglePosted by Nathania JohnsonCopiepresse claims Google has violated copyright law by publishing their pages on Google News and caching pages from their websites.

  2. Google on Global Search Standards: Thanks, But No Thanks

    A Belgian court sided with publishers last year when it ruled in favor of a lawsuit brought by Copiepresse. Google's European partnership, lead Rob Jonas, reminded attendees at the MediaGuardian.co.uk Changing Media Summit that there already is...

  3. MSN Belgium Drops Some Newspapers, Negotiating On Inclusion After Cease & Desist

    Earlier, we touched on the fact that Copiepresse was threatening to go after MSN for carrying Belgian newspapers in the way it went after MSN is latest target of Belgian copyright complaint from InfoWorld covers how Copiepresse is now...

  4. The Search Engine Update - Number 230 - October 4, 2006

    Google Changes Mind, Posts Belgian Ruling Google's Belgium Fight: Show Me The Money, Not The Opt-Out, Say Publishers - I've had a long talk with the group that so far has successfully sued Google in Belgium over indexing, a talk that leaves me...

  5. The Search Engine Report - Number 118

    Google Changes Mind, Posts Belgian Ruling Google's Belgium Fight: Show Me The Money, Not The Opt-Out, Say Publishers - I've had a long talk with the group that so far has successfully sued Google in Belgium over indexing, a talk that leaves me...

  6. Publisher Groups To Test New Search Engine Rights Management System (Updated)

    In the week that the publishers of Le Soir and La Libre Belgique won their case in the Belgian Courts against Google for illegally publishing content on its news service without prior consent, the What they cannot do is help search engines access...