A proposed law requiring internet giants to pay for news stories moved forward in California on Friday, despite Facebook owner Meta threatening to pull news from its platform if it passes.The California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA), which cleared the state assembly on Thursday and was in the hands of the state senate, would mandate that large online platforms pay a monthly "journalism usage fee" to news providers whose work appears on their services.The bill is designed to support local...
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By TRÂN NGUYỄN Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A bill that would force Big Tech companies to pay news agencies for using their content passed its first big test in the state Legislature on Thursday. Proponents said the measure will provide a lifeline to local news organizations, but opponents said the bill favors out-of-state
Bill calls for binding arbitration process that would determine how much technology companies would pay news publishers for the fair market value of using their reports online.
A bill from East Bay assemblywoman Buffy Wicks would require Facebook, Google, and Microsoft to pay a 'usage fee' to local news publishers. But Meta has other plans.
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Bad News Is Now Good News In China As Market Awaits Stimulus By George Lei, Bloomberg Markets Live reporter and strategist China’s May PMI survey flashed the latest warning of mounting economic trouble, prompting investors to eagerly weigh the odds of more stimulus out of Beijing. Onshore equities have already relinquished the vast majority of their post-reopening gains, adding pressure on policymakers to move fast and aggressively to promote growth. The yuan, stocks and commodity...
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