|Belgian Court Says No Verdict in Lawsuit Against Google Before 2007|
|Reuters News Service (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 24 Nov 2006 12:05:52 -0600
A Belgian court said on Friday it would wait until after the new year|
to decide whether to cancel an injunction forbidding Web search leader
Google Inc. from reproducing extracts from Belgian press reports.
Google, which faces a parallel case in a U.S. court filed by Agence
"It will be after the Christmas holidays," the judge told lawyers
Lawyers for Copiepresse, an organization which manages copyrights for
Copiepresse general secretary Margaret Boribon, who was present at the
Google also offered an olive branch. "Google is always open to better
Elkaim said he believed the case was did not threaten the viability of
"This case in Belgium has triggered a debate in Europe but does not
"If people want us to remove them from our service we do it," he added.
Copyright 2006 Reuters Limited.
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