Google must pay for news snippets, says French regulator
Google to ‘work with’ rights owners after Copyright Directive approval
Google SVP urges policy makers to amend EU copyright directive
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A majority of European Union countries have agreed to back the latest text of the proposed EU copyright directive, which would impose a so-called “snippet tax” and make online platforms liable for infringing content on their sites.
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