Google Continues Battle With French Regulators Over $591 Million Fine From Copyright DisputeGoogle isn’t lying down and taking it: the tech company says it's appealing a 500 million euro ($591 million) fine issued by French regulators over its handling of negotiations with publishers in a dispute over copyright.
Google Hit With Massive Fine In France For Abusing 'Dominant' Ads PositionFrance's antitrust watchdog fined Google the equivalent of $268 million this week for abusing its power in the field of online advertising.
CBS SF Talks To Guitarist Jean Fossat Of French Psych Band SliftJean Fossat, the guitarist for acclaimed French psychedelic power trio Slift, recently answered a series of questions via email about the band and its celebrated album 'Ummon' that was released early last year.
5 Britons With Coronavirus Hospitalized In France After Alps StayFive people from Britain, including one child, are hospitalized in France with the new virus from China after contracting it during a holiday in the Alps.
Trump, Macron Reach Truce On Digital Tax Impacting Facebook, GooglePresident Donald Trump and his French counterpart have agreed to hold off on escalating a trade war, officials said.
A Tale Of Two Cities: The Oakland-Saint Denis Cooperation ProjectWhen we talk about Oakland, it’s often about what’s wrong with the city: rising rents, gentrification, homelessness and crime. That is not the case on the international stage.
Artist Marc Ippon de Ronda Creates 'Fragments' For Burning ManFrench artist Marc Ippon de Ronda shares images and talks about the creation of his newest project 'Fragments' with Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego, before it heads to Burning Man.
French Privacy Watchdog Slaps Google With $57 Million FineFrance's data privacy watchdog has fined Google $57 million, the first penalty for a U.S. tech giant under new European data privacy rules that took effect last year.
France Beats Croatia 4-2 to Win 2nd World CupFrance won its second World Cup title in a match that was interrupted by an on-field protest during the second half that Russian punk band Pussy Riot later took credit for.
France's Macron Takes On Facebook's Zuckerberg In Tech PushFrench President Emmanuel Macron is taking on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other internet giants at a Paris meeting to discuss tax and data protection and how they could use their global influence for the public good.
Extremist Slain After Deadly Rampage In Southern FranceAn armed man took hostages in a supermarket in southern France on Friday, killing three people and injuring about a dozen others before being shot to death when French police stormed the market, authorities said.
Discover Black History In The City Of Light With 'Black Paris Tours'Television journalist Ricki Stevenson is the founder of Black Paris Tours. Ricki takes former colleague and friend BR producer Jan Mabry on this unique tour of the City of Light.
France Investigating Apple's Secret Slowdown Of Old iPhonesFrench authorities have opened an investigation into Apple over revelations it secretly slowed down older versions of its iPhones, the Paris prosecutor's office said Tuesday.
Suicidal Man Drives Car Into Crowded Pizzeria Outside ParisA man who drove his car into a pizzeria in France, killing one and injuring at least a dozen, was apparently suicidal and not a terrorist, according to authorities.
Amid Differences, Trump Meets With French President MacronPresident Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron set aside lingering differences on climate change during their meeting in France on Thursday.