Eric Schmidt his nation intends to proceed with plans to force the Chocolate Factory to pay when it links to news content.
The newspapers, backed by the French government, are arguing that Google should be paying the newspapers.
Because, well, it's the because which is the bit that's difficult to understand : French President François Hollande has told Google chair.
All Google has to do is to not merge that with their general index.They're not complaining about Google News at all.That the Google News search and index of the French newspapers is just fine.Further, Google News doesn't carry advertising.Hollande, Aurélie Filippetti (France's Minister of Culture and Communication) and Flower Pellerin (Minister for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation and the Digital Economy) met Schmidt yesterday and one of the items on the agenda was France's desire to make Google cough up for content.Txt file and the job's done.When I was pointed to this piece in the French press.It seems very odd indeed to be trying to charge somebody for the privilege of helping you to make money.
And that most assuredly does carry advertising.
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I've been having a very hard time following what the argument actually is in this spat between the French newspapers and.That, at least, was how I thought of it all until today.But they're using the government instead: how French.All they have to do is alter their robots.It doesn't seem to make any sense at all.I do rather doubt they'll do that though.Don't worry that it's in French, just go down to the screenshot of a search on Google France.
What amuses though is that one solution to the whole thing is the following.
As I've mentioned before if they don't want to get indexed that's simple enough.