THE BBC REPORTS:
Google has offered concessions to European publishers who are concerned about the Internet giant’s plans to put books into a massive online library.
Material which is out of print in the US, but still available for sale elsewhere, will not be added to Google Books, unless consent is granted.
Google has already digitised millions of out-of-print titles.
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