Hopefully this is just the beginning...
Hopefully this will be followed by Goggle losses in *many* other similar court cases in *many* other jurisdictions.
These people have profited too much, for too long, by copyright infringement on a massive scale. They have gone beyond resolute refusals to take meaningful action to prevent Adsense financing pirate sites, for example, and have spent hundreds of millions of dollars attempting to abridge, curtail, and generally trample on the rights of content creators.
All I need do is remind you is that when Schmidt was faced with the statement that art has an intrinsic value, his response was "Prove it". Of course, the best proof of that statement that artistic creation has value, is Google's insistence on continuing to steal as much of it as possible, and its insistence on generating income by helping other websites that offer stolen, copyrighted content for download.
Hopefully Google will be shown, by more court unfavorable court decisions and massive awards, penalties, and fines that, yes, creative works *do* have an intrinsic value, and profiting by their theft is unacceptable.