Michael Liedtke of the Associated Press reports that Google has offered a number of concessions in its latest attempts to settle complaints against its Google Books project. According to Liedtke:
Among other things, the modified agreement provides more flexibility to offer discounts on electronic books and promises to make it easier for others to resell access to a digital index of books covered in the settlement.
Copyright holders also would have to give more explicit permission to sell digital book copies if another version is being sold anywhere else in the world.
Read more in the Washington Examiner.
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