The French Competition Authority has fined Google a record $593 million (500 million euros) for not negotiating in good faith with news publishers.
After being forced to work with Australian news publishers, Facebook and Google are going on the offensive in the US.
The spat between Facebook and Australia appears to be mended for the time being, with the two reaching an agreement.
Microsoft is working to help EU publishers get paid for their news, similar to an Australian law that would enforce the same thing.
Days after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a new strategy to determine which news outlets can be trusted, Rupert Murdoch proposed another way to solve the fake new problem that has been bugging the social media platform. Murdoch, executive chairman…