January 12, 2014

France Says 'Non' to the Digital Age

Peter Gumbel, Reuters

The Associated Press

France has kicked off 2014 with an array of skirmishes against Amazon, Google and other U.S. Internet companies, in what is shaping up as a classic battle between comfortable Gallic tradition and disruptive modernity.

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