Judge delays Google e-book trial

The trial in the long-running Google / Author’s Guild lawsuit has been delayed again.
(Credit: Google)
Google won a delay in its copyright fight with the Authors Guild, which sued the company over its efforts to scan millions of books and make passages available online.
Judge Raymond Lohier of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Manhattan granted Google’s request to stay a lower-court trial while the company appeals a decision that will allow the plaintiffs to sue as a class, Bloomberg reports.
In June, U.S. Circuit Judge Denny Chin, who is sitting in as a trial judge in the case, granted it…

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