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Facebook to restore Australia news pages soon after striking deal

Facebook to restore Australia news pages soon after striking deal

Australia’s treasurer said Facebook will restore news pages on the platform in the country after striking a deal for amendments to a proposed law that would force the tech giant to pay for media content. Canberra will offer four changes, including a change to the mechanism for final offer arbitration. Last week, Facebook had blocked all news content and several Australian government accounts.

Tom A
Tom A
Abraxas
Abraxas 3 months

If ya'll read the article you will see that Australia didn't cave at all. They just amended some details. At the end of the day Aus won because FB is going to be paying out more. If FB had won this battle there would be no chamges.

GB Oz
GB Oz 3 months

How abou that; FB realised Aussies would give them the finger and the rest of the world would follow - to legislate against them. Democracy and Governments run a country, not big tech. Besides; who in their right mind would use FB as a news source when it’s driven by algorithms and then they decide what we see.

Ken Williams
Ken Williams 3 months

Aww, Australia caved.

Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo)
Buck Nasty (ADirtyGypo) 3 months

Yay! Australia can now access local fake news on Facebook.

jen
jen 3 months

Just get off Facebook. Get your news elsewhere. Talk to people irl.

Phoenix
Phoenix 3 months

Delete Facebook. MeWe is much better than Facebook anyway.

Archaeologistic
Archaeologistic 3 months

Don't use social media for your news sources.

AntiBS
AntiBS 3 months

The only ones s t u p i d enough to go to Facecrap for news are Democrat voters.

Dave
Dave 3 months

And there it is, Facebook is now dictating law.

Corey Worthington
Corey Worthington 3 months

Havent missed the 'news' at all. If I want to quote an article to make a point I screenshot and share..

World
World 3 months

Destroy DarpaBook

tim
tim 3 months

Making deals with terrorists

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