(NEW YORK) -- Google's been handed a setback in its quest to create a virtual universal library, after a U.S. Circuit Judge rejected a deal between the Internet search giant and the book industry, citing anti-trust concerns and a need for congressional involvement.
Google has already scanned 15 million books for the project. The $125 million settlement had drawn hundreds of objections from rivals, consumer watchdogs, academics and even foreign governments.
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