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Rivals Reject Google Books Offer

In yet another effort to appease publishers, authors, and foreign bureaucrats, Google now promises to let its rivals sell access to digital copies of the millions of out-of-print books it has already amassed. At least one rival, Amazon, says it's not happy with the offer. If approved, Google's pending settlement with authors and publishers would give it the rights to digitally distribute some works.

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