Larry Page and Sergey Brin simply trespassed on private computers attached to the early wire network called the Internet by visiting these computers uninvited and copying the original authored content and revealing "snippets" of this copied data in hopes this would fall under the backwards United States exception to copy[rite].
The 1996 landmark free-speech error by the Supreme Court resulted in creation of an unregulated new manner of using one of the oldest mediums for instant wire communications. This new manner of using wire communications was christened "the Internet" and called a "unique and wholly new medium of communications" in the landmark error of ACLU v RENO,(95-511). The Justice writing the landmark error that created "the Internet" was twenty-five years old when the United States used the first WMD created to create enough terror in Japan to end WWII.
Google Inc conspired with the Authors' Guild and attempted to again trespass on original content uninvited and display this against the authors exclusive rights very much like Larry Page and Sergey Brin initially trespassed on private computers attached to the early wire network called the Internet. This settlement was soundly rejected and not found in the least bit fair. Hundreds of authors and hundreds of visual artists and numerous countries objected to the HOAX including the United States' Attorney General DOJ.
The author of this response objected and has filed a separate Action in the Western District of Arkansas that includes violations of privacy and authors' rights but not the United States' backwards copy[rite] or Title 17.
Neeley v NameMedia Inc et al, (5:12-cv-05074). The 47 USC §232 that exists exclusively as Docket 1 attachment #1($.08/pg) exhibit 232(free) results in the end of the "Open Internet" and balancing of the US budget when passed by Congress. The twenty-five page complaint strong>1($,08/pg), PDF(free), HTML(free)> seeks the same thing and is currently called a GAME that has cost Google Inc hundreds of thousands in legal fees already.
Google Inc is not likely to exist as anything but a memory of a billionaire building bubble by 2020 and partly due to the Books fiasco.