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Here's another news story that is relevant to this week's reading. A Federal judge has set a new deadline of November 9 for Google to submit a new agreement to obtain the rights to million of out-of-print books. Read about the entire story here. The government had to step in and intervene after legal opponents of the $125 million deal said that it violated anti-trust laws. The problem started back in 2003 when Google wanted to scan, index and sell millions of copyrighted books on its website. Shortly thereafter, several lawyers and publishers stepped up wanting their share of the profits. To learn more about how the deal started, click here.