Google is in court later today New York to face critics of its agreement with US publishers to digitise the world's books.
Judge Denny Chin will hear evidence from 26 critics of the deal. These include Amazon and Microsoft, along with several publishers. France and Germany will also give evidence, the Beeb reports. The case is seen by some as granting Google an effective monopoly on the world's literature.
The search giant's massive book scanning scheme is also under investigation from Department of Justice and European regulators.