Artists Reject to Work For Google For Free

Is the tide finally turning against search monopoly Google? According to the New York Times, the Californian giant offered some artists to promote their work as part of Chrome, Google’s web browser software. Google apparently did not offer any monetary compensation for the artworks. Not so surprisingly, some of the artists who were approached by Google rejected the project because of this. The artists just did not want to work for free, at least not for a company that earns billions every year. And yep, I think they are right.

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