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Spain orders Google to pay news publishers a tax for search results

31/10/2014

The Spanish parliament passed a ruling yesterday to allow news publishers to charge aggregators and search engines like Google each (...)
The Spanish parliament passed a ruling yesterday to allow news publishers to charge aggregators and search engines like Google each time they display news content in search results. The law, lobbied for by Spain’s AEDE group of news outlets, goes into effect on January 1, 2015, but it doesn’t yet specify how much aggregators and search engines could be charged. Google’s Spanish division responded saying it was disappointed with the decision, and will work to help news publishers in the country increase income. This is similar to a row in Germany earlier this October, between Google and a group of... This story continues at The Next Web The Spanish parliament passed a ruling yesterday to allow news publishers to charge aggregators and search engines like Google each time they display news content in search results. The law, lobbied for by Spain’s AEDE group of news outlets, goes into effect on January 1, 2015, but it doesn’t yet specify how much aggregators and search engines could be charged. Google’s Spanish division responded saying it was disappointed with the decision, and will work to help news publishers in the country increase income. This is similar to a row in Germany earlier this October, between Google and a group of... This story continues at The Next Web
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