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Google Pays AP In News Content Deal

Law360 (August 3, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Google Inc. has resolved a dispute with The Associated Press, agreeing to pay for the wire service’s copyrighted news content, including articles and photographs, which the popular online search engine tracks down and displays on its Web site.

Google and AP announced the business relationship Wednesday, but did not disclose financial terms or additional details of the agreement.

Google said AP’s content would be a key part in a new product that will be launched in upcoming months as an addition to its Google News service....
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