Latest News for: Canberra media

photo: AP / Richard Drew
In this March 29, 2018, file photo, the Facebook logo on a screen at Nasdaq in Time Square, New York.
Edit

UK Culture Minister Warns Facebook of More Regulations Following Australian News Ban Spat

Sputnik 27 Feb 2021
... media site, following tensions between the company and Canberra.
Edit

Rape scandal at the heart of Australia's parliament leaves PM exposed

The Observer 26 Feb 2021
Scott Morrison, the Australian prime minister, prides himself on his ability to shape media narratives ... It’s meant the usually-media-savvy prime minister, known for dismissing questions as “coming from the Canberra bubble” has been unable to find his footing in dealing with the fallout.
Edit

Australian media reforms pass parliament after last-ditch changes

Yahoo Daily News 25 Feb 2021
CANBERRA (Reuters) - The Australian parliament on Thursday passed a new law designed to force Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc to pay media companies for content used on their platforms in reforms that could be replicated in other countries ... Several media companies, ...
Edit

Australia passes law to make Google, Facebook pay for news

The Irish Times 25 Feb 2021
The legislation was watered down, however, at the last minute after a stand-off between the government and Facebook culminated in the social media company blocking all news for Australian users ... Australian treasurer Josh Frydenberg during morning media appearances in the Media Gallery at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, earlier this month.
Edit

Australian parliament passes law requiring Big Tech to pay media after last-minute changes prompted by ...

Russia Today 25 Feb 2021
Australian lawmakers have passed a law that forces tech giants like Facebook and Google fork out money for the media content ... of Australian media ... Also on rt.com Facebook to lift ban on Australia's news after standoff as Canberra agrees to amend law forcing Big Tech to pay media.
Edit

Australia passes media content law after govt concessions

Straits Times 25 Feb 2021
CANBERRA • Australia's Parliament has passed a law to make Alphabet's Google and Facebook pay media companies for content on their platforms in reforms that other countries are looking to replicate ... The revised code also allows the tech companies a longer period to cut media deals before the state intervenes.
Edit

Twitter, Google, Facebook, Amazon the new sovereigns? Nation-states must collaborate and fight to retain the right to govern

Yahoo Daily News 25 Feb 2021
By forcing platforms such as Google and Facebook to pay for media companies' content on their sites, Canberra aimed to help Australian news publishers fight back." ... If you want to store your media online - so, for example, all ... New social media, digital media draft rules.
Edit

Facebook says it ‘erred on the side of over-enforcement’ when blocking news content in week-long ...

Russia Today 24 Feb 2021
Social media giant Facebook said Wednesday it “inadvertently” blocked some content including a large swathe of charity and state health pages when it imposed a week-long ban on news in a standoff over Australia’s new media code ... The week-long prohibition by Facebook coincided with the media code being debated in the Canberra parliament.
Edit

Australia's antitrust chief claims victory after Facebook standoff

Canada Dot Com 24 Feb 2021
CANBERRA — The architect of Australia’s laws forcing Google and Facebook to pay media companies for content claimed victory on Wednesday though ...
Edit

Australian Upper House Passes Amended Bargaining Code for Media, Tech Platforms

Urdu Point 24 Feb 2021
"The Treasury Laws Amendment (News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code) Bill 2021 has passed the #Senate with government amendments," the legislature said on Twitter.
Edit

Australia's competition chief claims victory after Facebook standoff

The Star 24 Feb 2021
CANBERRA (Reuters) - The architect of Australian media ...
Edit

Australia may be the vanguard of Facebook’s news content

Business Day 24 Feb 2021
Canberra — The architect of Australian media reforms being watched around the world claimed victory on Wednesday, even as critics said concessions to the laws forcing Big Tech to pay for news content have given Facebook and Google a get-out clause ... Small media, big concerns.
Edit

Australia’s competition chief claims victory after Facebook standoff

Metro USA 24 Feb 2021
CANBERRA (Reuters) – The architect of Australian media reforms being watched around the world claimed victory on Wednesday, even as critics said concessions to the laws forcing Big Tech to pay for news content have given Facebook and Google a get-out clause ... SMALL MEDIA, BIG CONCERNS.

Most Viewed

×