The search company had hoped that it would be allowed to waive the condition until its case had been reheard in November.
"Last week we asked the court to reconsider its position on the copyright aspect and we also requested that the requirements to post the ruling on our homepages be suspended," a Google spokeswoman told vnunet.com.
"The court agreed to reconsider its decision and that hearing will take place in November. However, it maintained the requirement that we post the initial ruling on our homepages."
Google must keep the 2,300 word judgment on its sites for five days or face a fine of €500,000 (£336,000) per day.
In August, Copiepresse took Google to court claiming a breach of copyright for a number of Belgian publications.
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