business-standard said that The European Union lawmakers overseeing new digital regulation in Europe want to force Big Tech firms to pay for news, echoing a similar move in Australia and strengthening the hand of publishers against Google and Facebook, says an article published in the Financial Times on Tuesday.
The initiative from members of European Parliament (MEPs) would be a serious blow to Google, which has threatened to leave Australia in protest at a planned new law that would compel it to pay for news.
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