Google Loses Appeal On Posting Belgian Ruling

Google loses appeal on posting court ruling
from Reuters covers Google
losing an appeal that it should not be required to post the ruling of a Belgian
court over a copyright infringement lawsuit on its Belgian web search and news
sites. It now will be fined 500,000 euros per day for each day it fails to
comply. Google has a further appeal on the entire case, including posting the
ruling, that will be heard in November. My past article Google’s
Belgium Fight: Show Me The Money, Not The Opt-Out, Say Publishers
has more
about that and the entire case.

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