Facebook Would Rather Ban News In Australia Than Pay For It

Facebook Would Rather Ban News In Australia Than Pay For It

2021-02-23 | By scientificamerican | 10 Hits

The tech giantrsquos ban on Australians searching for news on its platformnbspsuggests that equitable control of international reporting is very much a work in progress Read more on ScientificAmericancom >>READ MORE

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Up to 37000 students were expected to return to CPS Monday though remote learning continues for them and scores of other kids...

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Sat, 27 Feb 2021 16:00 | Hits : 19 | US

A woman walks on a street amid a statewide lockdown in Melbourne city centre Victoria February 15 2021 AAP ImageLuis Ascuivia Reuters Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest updates on news you need to know MELBOURNE Feb 27 Life across Australia inched toward prepandemic normal today with New South Wales and South Australia states allowing some dancing and Victoria permit...

no imageNews Story | Australia Passes Pay News Content Law
Sat, 27 Feb 2021 04:31 | Hits : 10 | US

Australias parliament passed a worldfirst law to force digital giants such as Facebook Inc and Google pay local publishers for news content a move that may unleash more global regulatory action to limit their power Bloomberg reportsThe legislation was passed Thursday and will ensure news media businesses are fairly remunerated for the content they generate Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said...

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Fri, 26 Feb 2021 19:30 | Hits : 9 | US

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates yesterday called on the International Criminal Court ICC to expedite the opening of an investigation into the crimes of quotthe Israeli occupation and its settlersquot against the Palestinian people The ministry issued its call on the 27th anniversary of theIbrahimi Mosque massacrewhen extremist Israeli settler Baruch Goldstein a...

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University of Chicago bioethicist Laurie Zoloth will answer ethical questions surrounding COVID19 vaccines during a Facebook Live on Monday...

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Fri, 26 Feb 2021 05:31 | Hits : 12 | US

EU countries face a June deadline to adopt national versions of a blocwide law that aims to improve media producers bargaining position against tech powerhouses including Facebook and Google...

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Fri, 26 Feb 2021 05:31 | Hits : 17 | US

India is establishing new rules to govern internet firms like Facebook WhatsApp and Twitter a fresh challenge for the American giants in a huge market that is key to their global expansion...

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Fri, 26 Feb 2021 05:30 | Hits : 10 | US

Middle East Monitor MEMO and the AfroMiddle East Centre AMEC in Johannesburg have strongly condemned the decision by Facebook to ban a staff member from using its platform for 30 days after he posted an advert for the launch of a book written by MEMO39s director titled Engaging the World the Making of Hamas39s Foreign Policy Facebook claimed that the post violated its Community Stand...

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Thu, 25 Feb 2021 12:31 | Hits : 14 | US

The privacy regulator overseeing Facebook Google and Apple in the European Union expects to boost its tally of big tech decisions this yearand rejects complaints that its enforcement has been too slow...

no imageFacebook to Spend $1 Billion on News Content Over Three Years
Thu, 25 Feb 2021 05:31 | Hits : 14 | US

The socialmedia companys pledge comes as governments around the world heighten their scrutiny of tech giants over paying for news content that appears on their platforms...

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