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French Government Wants More Money From Google

Minggu, 28 Oktober 20120 komentar

French protectionist policies had sparked controversy when they decided to Google fined because of service Maps for free and make one lose their domestic companies to compete. Now the French government is ready to make a new controversy by forcing Google to pay money for each link that linked a number of websites in the country.

The French government is not fair to assume that Google is the only party that benefited from the get revenue from advertising for each link that they present, especially on news sites speak French. Google immediately responded with threats that they are ready to strike back ALL the French news website from their index, and the potential of the threat is the loss of about 4 billion views a year.

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is reportedly planning a trip to France next week to discuss this issue. French Technology Minister Fleur Pellerin said that Google could reach an agreement with the online newspaper publishers in France, then the rule of legislation to address the problem will not be required.

"We do not want to be labeled as the anti-Google," said Pellerin on Quartz. "Google is clearly an amazing device, and is also a figure of key actors in the digital ecosystem. I suggest Google to start negotiating about 3 months in advance, and try to find an agreement on the basis of negotiations between the two parties. If the method is not successful, we'll see. "
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