Online bookseller Inc. is warning a federal judge that internet search leader Google Inc. will be able to gouge consumers and stifle competition if it wins court approval to add millions more titles to its already vast digital library, reports the Associated Press. The harsh critique of Google's 10-month-old settlement with U.S. authors and publishers emerged this week in a 41-page brief that Amazon filed in an attempt to persuade U.S. District Judge Denny Chin to block the agreement from taking effect. A flurry of filings opposing and supporting the class-action settlement is expected by Sept. 4--the deadline for...

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