Google was defeated for the second time in a Belgium court room. A judge sided with a series of local newspapers that claimed that the search engine violated their copyrights.
Google only copies snippets of text from their websites, which begs the question if it still qualifies as a copyright violation. But a far more important issue is: what do these newspapers hope to gain from being excluded from Google's search results?
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