Google warns Information might shut in Europe if new ‘hyperlink tax’ goes forward
Article 13 of the proposed regulation would require websites resembling YouTube to purchase licenses for content material resembling music movies. Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) backed the proposals in September however Google is lobbying towards it.
Gingras advised the Guardian that it will not decide on the way forward for Google Information till it sees the ultimate language of the laws and added that its information website doesn’t generate income for the corporate.
It’s thought that Axel Voss, the MEP overseeing the laws, is constant discussions earlier than talks happen with particular person EU member states.
A spokesperson for Google was not instantly out there for remark when contacted by CNBC.