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ExtraTorrent.cc > Articles > Spain Passed the Law Imposing “Google Tax”

Spain Passed the Law Imposing “Google Tax”

Spain Passed the Law Imposing “Google Tax”

Added: Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Current Events
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Spain has successfully passed a new legislation that would impose fees for Internet content aggregators like Google News. The local government explained the law is meant to protect the domestic print media industry..
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The new intellectual property law, dubbed “Google Tax” and also known as LPI, requires online services that post links and excerpts of news articles to pay to Spanish newspapers, or to face a fine of up to €600,000.

Apparently, the war between European newspapers and Google escalates to the new level. On the one side, Spanish publishers accused Google of using their copyrighted material to build up a news service being too lazy to do any reporting itself. On the other side, Google defended itself by claiming that it brings 10 billion views to newspapers’ online resources per month.

Now Google claimed it is “disappointed” with the new legislation in Spain. It should be noted that a similar law passed in Germany, after which Google removed the affected newspapers from its news. However, later the German publishers came back and asked Google to relist them, because they saw their traffic plummet.

The new legislation is not only about the “Google tax”. When it is enforced in the early 2015, Spain will also require online portals to remove links to copyright infringing content, even if the sites themselves don’t profit from it. In addition, the rights owners won’t have to go through a judge to demand links be removed. Finally, the websites which don’t act will face fines of €600,000.

The new legislation also applies to the 3rd-party websites that provide hosting or payment services to the infringing website – this is why opponents of the legislation labeled it “censorship”.


Posted by:  SuperAdmin
Date:  Thursday, November 13th, 2014



Comments (6) (please add your comment »)

1
posted by (2014-11-13 16:50:54)
HSBATTH avatarGoogle Tax really!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! One day we will have Internet Tax and even breathing Tax

2
posted by (2014-11-14 03:32:47)
No avatarI don't know about European newspapers but here in the US newspapers don't do hardly any reporting anymore, every story has the Reuters byline. The big media conglomerates have destroyed the news, and newspapers. The news is to information as Madrasas are to schools.

3
posted by (2014-11-15 00:31:02)
No avatarTypical of the spanish government, they will then ask for their cut. The crooks of Europe...

4
posted by (2014-11-16 07:20:25)
ao1jmm avatarGoogle should just block all those news sites which complained just to watch them crash with extremely low website clicks.

5
posted by (2014-11-16 23:19:24)
No avatarGuys you're missing the point. Google is purely a news aggregator. It adds value by doing this service but creates nothing and in turn has huge revenue from advertising, of which the newspapers/ journalists receive nothing.

On top of this Google rubs more salt into the wounds by paying no tax in the countries it bases itself in through sympathetic Irish and Dutch taxation loopholes.

6
posted by Turtle (2014-11-18 13:06:20)
ReservoirDogs avatar@Sardin, it's you which miss the point, Spain put a tax that they will never give back to the domestic print media industry !
In all case if domestic print media industry didn't adapt to internet, they will just die, it's just an excuse for the Spain government to find a new way to collect money ...



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