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Google Should Pay for Telecom Network Usage, France Says

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Google Inc. and other providers of Web content aren’t contributing enough to the costs of telecommunications networks and may be forced to pay, the French minister responsible for the Internet said.

The French government plans to convene a working group including Internet companies with “the objective that services that occupy the largest part of our networks contribute to the deployment and maintenance of those networks,” Industry Minister Eric Besson told reporters in Paris today.

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