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NEWS CORP, GOOGLE Agree to Landmark Deal to Pay for News
Facebook said today that it won’t let publishers in Australia post their content on its platform, which means people in the country won’t be able to see or share news and other kinds of articles from outlets there. This move comes after Australia proposed a law that required big tech — especially Facebook and Google —to pay publishers for the privilege of displaying content from third parties on their digital platforms. The company said that it’ll continue to display critical information such as...
News Corp., the parent company of the New York Post and the Wall Street Journal, said it has reached a three-year agreement to provide content from its news sites around the globe to Google in exchange for “significant payments” from the search giant. The deal appears to resolve a long-simmering standoff between News Corp. and
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Facebook has reached an agreement with the Australian government and said it’ll restore news links and pages on its platform in the coming days. This comes days after the social network barred all users and publishers in the country from posting or viewing news links, as new Australian laws required platforms like Facebook to pay publishers to display their content. Apart from news sites, the ban also affected government information pages. While the company didn’t give details on what steps...
Facebook users in Australia are opening up the website to find that news has largely disappeared from the site.
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp on Wednesday said it has agreed to “an historic” three-year partnership with Google to provide journalism from its news sites around the world in return for significant payments by Google. It didn’t reveal payment terms but said publications joining the Google News Showcase include the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, MarketWatch and [
News Corp, the owner of The Wall Street Journal, has partnered with Google to provide its journalism to the search giant's news endeavors in return for "significant payments."Credit: GoogleIn a new three-year partnership, some of News Corp's publications will join the recently announced Google News Showcase — an endeavor that Google says is focused on creating and curating journalism. The partnership will include development of a subscription platform, sharing of Google ad revenue, cultivation...
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