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Google reaches new deal with French newspapers on licensing rights -Breaking


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PARIS (Reuters – An association of trade publications that includes nearly 300 French newspapers has reached a new deal with Google (NASDAQ:). The agreement covers the topic of content publishing rights. Both parties announced this on Thursday.

According to a joint statement, the agreement means that negotiations on how much they should pay for their content appearing in Google search results began in September.

The lobby of French publishers and Google announced in January that they have agreed to establish a copyright structure for U.S. technology giant Google to pay publishers online for news content. It was a landmark agreement for Europe.

According to the statement, the latest agreement “includes the principles upon which Google will negotiate individual licence agreements and terms for remuneration among Alliance members”.

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