Google Inc., the web-search engine scanning millions of books to create a digital library, might have to modify a settlement with publishers and authors after more than 60 groups and individuals filed objections or demanded changes, Bloomberg reports. U.S. District Judge Denny Chin is scheduled to decide Oct. 7 whether to approve a $125 million agreement to establish a “Book Rights Registry,” which would identify and compensate rights holders whose books have been scanned by Google. The governments of Germany and France have joined authors in the U.S., Japan, and Europe to oppose the settlement, saying it doesn’t give copyright...

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