The U.K. newspaper industry is asking the British government to compel Google to compensate for or be restricted from using its content. They've written the culture minister with a series of requests, including one aimed at collecting funds from search engines --- in their case, they specifically target Google.
It's a very bold measure, even in challenging times, because the conventional wisdom is that Google actually drives substantial traffic to sites that would otherwise not be found. Google attaches ads to its search engine results, but newspapers attach ads to the pages people surf --- thus the feeling of fair is fair.
Google has lost previous claims for compensation. It isn't clear if the British newspaper industry will pursue a similar route, but its letter hints of it.