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Google To Add Magazines To Online Database

Law360 (December 10, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- Undaunted by a $125 million copyright settlement over its efforts to build an online library, leading search engine company Google Inc. has announced that it will add magazines to its controversial online book database.

The magazines to be added to the company's Google Book Search are New York Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Ebony, Popular Science and the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Google announced Tuesday on its official blog. Magazine publishers will receive a majority of the ad revenue Google brings in through the service, according to a...
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