French Media to Sue Google for Refusing to Pay under EU’s New Copyright Law

French media business are set to refer Google to France’s competition watchdog as the US tech giant is refusing to pay for displaying their content in search results as stipulated by the European Union’s recently adopted new copyright law. In July, France became the first country to ratify the new EU copyright law, which entered into force on Thursday, October 24, 2019.

Source: French Media to Sue Google for Refusing to Pay under EU’s New Copyright Law

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