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Google agrees new deal to pay French publishers for news content
The copyright dispute between Big Tech and newspapers in France has raged for more than two years.
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Facebook agrees to pay French media publishers over copyright
The social media giant reached an agreement with some French dailies just weeks after signing an agreement with newspapers Le Monde and Le Figaro.
France fines Google €500 million in copyright row with news publishers
Google has two months to suggest ways to compensate news agencies and other publishers for using their content or face additional fines.
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Publisher scraps book on historic gay persecution after errors exposed
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Hugh Hefner to be buried next to Marilyn Monroe
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