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Google inks agreement in France on paying publishers for news reuse – TechCrunch

Google has reached an agreement with an association of French publishers over how it will be pay for reuse of snippets of their content. This is a result of application…

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Google has reached an agreement with an association of French publishers over how it will be pay for reuse of snippets of their content. This is a result of application of a neighbouring right for news which was transposed into national law following a pan-EU copyright reform agreed back in 2019.
The tech giant had sought to evade paying French publishers for reuse of snippets of content in its news aggregation and search products by no longer displaying them in the country.
But in April last year…

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