Google delists Belgian newspapers from search engine

10:38, July 18, 2011      

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People walk past a logo next to the main entrance of the Google building in Zurich, Switzerland, in this file photo taken on March 9, 2011. Several Belgian newspapers reported that Google removed their websites not just from Google News, but from its main search index as well. They said that Google is "retaliating" against them for their legal victory. In 2006, Copiepresse, representing several Belgian newspapers, sued Google, saying it had no right to post unauthorized links to newspaper stories on Google News. Google lost in May. But Google claims the move was necessary to comply with decision in the copyright infringment case. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

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