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UK newspaper industry wants tech firms to pay annual content licence fee

Tuesday 25 September 2018 | 11:37 CET | News
The News Media Association (NMA), trade body for the British newspaper industry, has called for social media sites, such as Google and Facebook, to be forced to pay an annual content licence fee to financially reward news media publishers for use of their content. 

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