Google agrees licensing terms with French newspapers in major deal over Internet copyright

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    Internet giant Google and French newspapers have signed an agreement aimed at paving the way to digital copyright payments. The deal comes after months of talks, after tech giant tried to evade paying publishers for the reuse of snippets of contents for its news platform.

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