French competition authority receives official complaint against Google over copyright law

Friday 22 November 2019 | 17:28 CET | News
Several organisations representing the French press industry have filed a complaint with the country's competition authority accusing Google of disregarding recently enacted legislation transposing the new EU copyright directive, reports FranceInfo. The competition authority has already opened a preliminary investigation on this matter prompted by the announcement made by Google at the end of September, in which the company revised its guidelines in response to the new copyright rules.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Google
Countries: France
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