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Facebook agrees deal with 300 French publishers to pay for news content shared by its users months after Google announced a similar agreement

Facebook has agreed to pay French newspapers for content shared on its website.

The US tech giant struck a deal with APIG which represents 300 French publishers including some of the country's biggest newspapers such as Le Monde, Le Figaro, Le Parisien and L'Équipe.

The exact terms and fees agreed were not disclosed.

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