Newspapers representing about 90% of Brazil's circulation have barred Google (GOOG) from...
Sunday, October 21, 2012, 10:22 AM ETNewspapers representing about 90% of Brazil's circulation have barred Google (GOOG) from publishing their headlines after the web giant refused to pay for the content. The newspapers claim sticking with Google has cost them a drop in digital readership of about 5%. Google compares the newspapers' demands to taxing a taxi driver for taking tourists to a particular restaurant.
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