French/German Newspaper Publishers Push For Google Compensation

French publishers have followed their German counterparts in a push to charge Google and other search engines for publishing first paragraphs and headlines of their articles.  The move by the French National Magazine Publishers’ Society comes a week after the German cabinet’s support for a similar law.  France’s newspaper trade group, the French Union of the Daily Press, is also said to support the idea.

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