Google settles with publishers over digital books
Oct 4 (Reuters) - Google Inc said it reached a settlement with the Association of American Publishers (AAP) to provide access to in-copyright books and journals digitized by the company for its Library Project.
The lawsuit was filed against Google in 2005 by five AAP member publishers including McGraw-Hill Companies Inc , Pearson Education Inc and John Wiley & Sons Inc.
U.S. publishers can choose to make available or remove their books and journals from the Library Project, Google said in a statement.
The settlement, however, does not affect Google's current litigation with the Authors Guild, the company said.
(Reporting by Siddharth Cavale; Editing by Saumyadeb Chakrabarty)
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