A $125 million settlement of a lawsuit that would give Google Inc. the digital rights to millions of out-of-print books will be renegotiated in light of the U.S. Department of Justice's contention that the deal probably violates antitrust law, reports the Associated Press. Lawyers for The Authors Guild, the Association of American Publishers, and other plaintiffs said in court papers that they and Google met with senior Justice Department officials on Sept. 17 and agreed to work with the government to resolve concerns. The case involves Google's plans to scan millions of books and make them searchable and available for...

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