Facebook will restore news in Australia after talks with the government


by CNN

CNN— Facebook will restore news pages in Australia after the government agreed changes to a planned media code that the company said would allow it to retain greater control over what appears on its platform.

@adweek—Facebook Restores Access to News in Australia in Deal With Government. Facebook will begin showing news pages in Australia again in the coming days after withdrawing access five days ago, after reaching an agreement with the Australian government. Top line Facebook and Aussie legislators have negotiated changes to the News Media Bargaining Code. With changes in place, Facebook has agreed to reinstate news pages in the

CNBC—Facebook cuts deal with Australia, will restore news pages in the coming days. The decision follows negotiations between Facebook and Australia which is set to pass a new media law that will require digital platforms to pay for news.

NBC4 Washington—Facebook Cuts Deal With Australia, Will Restore News Pages in the Coming Days. The decision follows negotiations between Facebook and Australia which is set to pass a new media law that will require digital platforms to pay for news.