The Associated Press reported that at the moment, companies like these paid practically no tax in France where they all had plenty of sales.
The bill, which will go to the upper house for consideration in the week ahead, will tax companies that have global revenue of more than €750 million and French revenue of more than €25 million.
France made its intentions clear last year, with Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire telling the media in December that €500 million (US$570 million) would be raised through this measure in 2019.
The French bill, which targets companies that use the data of consumers to sell online advertising, is expected to hit Airbnb and Uber as well as companies from China and other parts of Europe.
The EU has not been able to decide on a tax that would span the political bloc, though there has been a great deal of discussion around the idea. Some low-taxing countries, like Ireland, are loath to go ahead as it would mean making Dublin a less attractive place for tech companies.