Google relies heavily on news content to draw traffic and fuel its advertising business, a trade group for publishers says in a report. Photo: DPA Google relies heavily on news content to draw traffic and fuel its advertising business, a trade group for publishers says in a report. Photo: DPA
Google relies heavily on news content to draw traffic and fuel its advertising business, a trade group for publishers says in a report. Photo: DPA

Google attacked by publishers for refusing to pay for news that helps it draw traffic, fuel advertising business

  • Search engine giant Google has used its dominance to force news organisations to giving up their content without adequate compensation, a trade group says
  • The report is the second in-depth analysis sent to the US Justice Department outlining how Google may be violating antitrust laws

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Google relies heavily on news content to draw traffic and fuel its advertising business, a trade group for publishers says in a report. Photo: DPA Google relies heavily on news content to draw traffic and fuel its advertising business, a trade group for publishers says in a report. Photo: DPA
Google relies heavily on news content to draw traffic and fuel its advertising business, a trade group for publishers says in a report. Photo: DPA
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