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Google must negotiate pay with publishers for content, French court rules

Google must negotiate pay with publishers for content they reshare online in search results, the Paris Court of Appeal has ruled, confirming a decision by the country’s competition authority.

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    Thank you. I hope this becomes more standard everywhere. The intellectual property of anyone that is exploited by internet platforms, 3rd party providers, etc… especially considering the contract agreements of which no reasonable person should be expected to understand (i mean, how many people know these agreements are subject to updating at any future time and the customer has submitted any change at any time?) but, intellectual property needs to be protected now that we know plagiarism and IP theft is so common and hard to prosecute, yes?

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    Bravo for France! Landmark victory for creators

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