Google protests €500 million fine levied by the France over a dispute with news organizations

Google protests €500 million ($592 million) fine by French regulators in July for failing to negotiate a deal with news publishers in the nation. In essence, they required Google to hold negotiations with a publisher within three months of receiving a request. They were to determine how much the news organizations should be compensated for having their material shown on Google News. Many prominent news organizations complained about Google conversations. They said that it was not in good faith. They were not appropriately rewarded prompting substantial penalties.