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Newspaper publishers will now be able to set a limit on the number of free news articles people can read through Google, the company has announced.
The concession follows claims from some media companies that the search engine is profiting from online news pages.
Users who click on more than five articles in a day may be routed to payment or registration pages.
This will only affect websites that currently charge for content.
This is because Google searches frequently link directl
His company's customers were "smart enough" to know they had to pay for news, Murdoch told a US Federal Trade Commission workshop on the future of journalism in the internet age.
Two men heckled Murdoch as he ended his speech, shouting from the audience: "Do you agree that Obama is a racist?"