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Microsoft teams up with EU publishers amid Facebook's Australian spat

Hindu Tuesday, 23 February 2021 ()
Facebook last week imposed a news ban in Australia in protest against a forthcoming law that would require online platforms to reach deals to pay news outlets for content, or agree on a price through arbitration.
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News video: Facebook to Restore News Pages in Australia

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Facebook to Restore News Pages in Australia. Australia is trying to pass legislation that will require digital platforms to pay local media outlets and publishers for news. In protest, Facebook blocked Australia's access to news on its site last week. The Australian government has now come to an...

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