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Australia wins news battle over Google and Facebook 0:46 (CNN Business) — Australia passed a new law that will oblige technology companies to pay publishers by the content of the news, which sets the stage for possible similar actions in other countries. The new code, which the Australian Parliament approved on Thursday, “will ensure that…

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Australia’s House of Representatives approved a groundbreaking law on Thursday that will force Facebook and Google to pay news publishers for content they post on their platforms. The implementation of the Code of Negotiation of News Media and Digital Platforms by the Government led by Scott Morrisson was the trigger for the first great battle…

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The Google and Facebook logos on the Australian flag.Given Ruvic (Reuters) Facebook has pledged on Wednesday to invest $ 1 billion (818 million euros) in the news industry over the next three years. The announcement comes a day after the social network decided to restore the news pages in Australia after reaching an agreement with…

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Facebook has pledged this Tuesday to lift the news blocking to the approximately 18 million users it has in Australia, just four days after having applied it without prior notice. Several pages linked to the Department of Health and other Emergencies, as well as some charities, were also disabled, even though Facebook rectified within hours…

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Facebook restores access to news in Australia 1:10 Hong Kong (CNN Business) — Facebook will restore news pages in Australia after the government agreed to changes to a planned media code that the company said would allow it to maintain greater control over what appears on its platform. The announcement culminates months of bitter dispute…

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Just knocking down Daniil Medvedev (7-5, 6-2 and 6-2, in 1h 53m) and propping up his reign in Melbourne, where he has won nine trophies – the last three in a row, eight in the last eleven editions— , Novak Djokovic He stood up and pointed straight at his bench like a sniper. The recipient…

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