Sep 072009
 September 7, 2009  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online

Kelly Fiveash reports:

Google has written a letter to 16 European Union publishers in an effort to allay some of their concerns about Mountain View’s digital books settlement in the US.

According to today’s Financial Times, Google has agreed to have two non-US reps on the governing board of the registry that will oversee the settlement.

Additionally, the web kingpin said it plans to consult European publishers before digitising and cataloguing some European works in its library.

Read more on The Register. Also see coverage on Telegraph.

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