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Google removes Australian news content in experiment amid media bargaining code debate

Google removes Australian news content in experiment amid media bargaining code debate

Google admits to removing local news content in 'experiment'closeAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeInternet search giant Google has admitted that it has been intermittently blocking some Australian news sites from search users.In recent days internet users have reported Australian news sites disappearing from Google's search function, with old content and links being displayed.The multinational technology giant said on Wednesday it had been running "experiments” on searches for newspaper websites including The Sydney...

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'Threat to democracy is real': MPs call for social media code of conduct

'Threat to democracy is real': MPs call for social media code of conduct

'Threat to democracy is real': MPs call for social media code of conductcloseAdvertisementBy Log in, or to save articles for later.Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeSocial media companies would have to sign up to an Australian code of conduct on the way they silence free speech and shut down accounts, under a federal push for greater oversight after Twitter and Facebook suspended posts by US President Donald Trump.Liberal MPs called for the voluntary code as a practical first step to introduce transparency and accountability to public debate on the online platforms, while...

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Vivid Festival cancelled as coronavirus infections rise

Vivid Festival cancelled as coronavirus infections rise

Vivid Festival cancelled as coronavirus infections risecloseAdvertisementBy Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text sizeSydney's annual festival of music and lights will not go ahead, joining the wave of cultural, sporting and religious events that have been axed in response to the government's practical ban on gatherings of more than 500 people.The state government's cancellation of the Vivid Festival, which was scheduled to start in late May, suggests that other events set to happen in the interim, including Anzac Day commemorations, may also be postponed.A tweet on the Vivid...

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