Under the agreement with the Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers, Google would continue to digitise books and sell access online.
In return, the company would pay $125m (£76.9m) in royalties every year to the copyright owners of the books being scanned.
However, copyright concerns persisted, as the ownership of many of the works being scanned by Google could not be established, meaning many would be unable to claim the royalty payment.BBC News – Google books agreement torpedoed by US court.
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