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Facebook to restore Australian news content after media bargaining code amendments

Facebook to restore Australian news content after media bargaining code amendments

Facebook refriends Australia after last-minute changes to media codecloseAdvertisementFacebook has banned the sharing or viewing of our news articles on its platform. For independent journalism straight from the source, and .By Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeFacebook has agreed with Seven West Media to pay for news content and has restarted negotiations with Nine Entertainment Co, after the social media giant agreed to reverse its ban on news on its Australian site.The Morrison government agreed to last-minute changes to its...

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Facebook news ban: Australia PM Scott Morrison takes fight to India and the world

Facebook news ban: Australia PM Scott Morrison takes fight to India and the world

‘We will not be intimidated’: PM takes Facebook fight to India and the worldcloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeGlobal leaders will be asked to back Australia in a fight with Facebook over its market power after the social media giant silenced news, health and emergency services in a bid to halt a federal law.Prime Minister Scott Morrison raised the shock tactic with Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Thursday night in the first step of a plan to mobilise global support to stop Facebook “bullying” elected...

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Google Search threatened to be removed in Australia over media bargaining code

Google Search threatened to be removed in Australia over media bargaining code

‘It’s a reality:’ Google threatens to stop search in Australia due to media codecloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeGoogle’s threat to cut off search to Australian users and walk away from $4 billion in revenue has sparked warning the digital giants are not bluffing over laws designed to force them to pay for news.The $1.8 trillion search giant’s local managing director Melanie Silva told a Senate committee hearing on Friday that Google would shut off search in Australia if the government’s proposed media bargaining...

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