19 countries approve EU Copyright Directive that puts future of Google News in doubt
The future of Google News in Europe is now in doubt as EU member states approved The EU Copyright Directive. The new law – which could see Google having to pay publishers to include brief snippets in search results – was previously passed by the European Parliament, but was subject to approval by individual countries.
Not every country agreed to implement the directive, but most did so this morning …
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