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Google agrees to pay French news sites to send them traffic

Por: Ars Technica Tech January 22, 2021

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Navigate Filter by topic Settings Front page layout Site theme Comment activity Sign up or login to join the discussions! Sign up to comment and more - Jan 21, 2021 10:26 pm UTC / Google's corporate headquarters. Share this story French news sites have prevailed in negotiations with Google over neighboring rights, a new legal right granted by the . An agreement between Google and the French news industry establishes a framework within which... + full article



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