France, Italy, Germany Get On Google's Case

Computer Business Review , Tuesday, October 30, 2012 1:34 PM
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Italian and German companies demand that Google to share some of the advertising income from user searches for news on their media websites. France is considering to bring in a legislation which would see search engine giant Google to pay for linking content from the French media, until it signs a deal with the country's media channels. According to reports, Press associations in France, and other European countries, are demanding Google to pay for the displayed links associated with French newspapers in Internet searches.

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