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Google silent on copyright dispute

By XIE YU | China Daily | Updated: 2010-03-23 07:50

BEIJING - China's most influential writers say they are still waiting for Google to provide a solution to a copyright dispute in which the popular Internet company scanned books without authors' permission.

The Chinese Writers' Association (CWA), received a letter from Google in January in which the company apologized to Chinese writers for the use of the books, and promised to lay out a proposal for an agreement to end the dispute by March this year.

A final agreement was expected by June, the letter said.

Google silent on copyright dispute

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