Google guilty of copyright wrong
Big fine to pay in France
A French court has found Google guilty of copyright infringement and ordered it to pay half a million euros compensation to rights holders.
The case was brought by film producer Mondovino along with documentary makers and photographers.
The plaintiffs complained that Google had made their work available either on its search engine or on Google Video, despite demands to remove it.
The search and advertising giant must pay E430,000 in damages and lawyers' fees, AFP reports.
Google told the newswire it was considering an appeal.
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