Google Pledges to Negotiate Fair Licenses With French News Publishers

Google made binding commitments to negotiate license deals fairly with a broader array of French news publishers, part of a changing approach from the search company in a global debate over how tech companies should pay for news content. The deal comes after the regulator fined Google about $525 million last year, contending the Alphabet unit wasn’t negotiating deals with publishers in good faith.

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