AP Stories Reappear on Google News

New articles from the Associated Press have quietly started rolling out on Google’s (GOOG) news site in the past hour, ending a nearly seven-week absence stemming from contentious negotiations between the two parties.

The AP and Google have been negotiating a new licensing agreement to continue the publication of AP content on Google News, but the AP’s efforts to more closely monitor the flow of articles to and through Google and other Web portals have hampered progress. The AP recently reached a new licensing agreement with Yahoo, though people familiar with the matter said the agreement did not include all the protections the AP was seeking.

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