After bringing Google Play Movies to Australia and Canada – as well as making it available in UK, Germany, and France – Google has announced that it is opening the door to its bustling movie and book store for Brazilian customers.
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Digitizing books and indexing the contents thereof might seem like a good idea, if only to increase access to content. But when Google launched its Library project, a lot of publishers voiced dissent, saying Google was infringing on their intellectual property. Google has now settled the lawsuit, opening the door to the sale of more ebooks on Google Play.
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