Australia to amend law making Facebook, Google pay for news


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The news and media industry has serious issues it needs to rectify !

Used to be great and trust worthy once, now its mostly political slanted bias and dribble anyway.

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My guess is that if the law passes, Australian news disappears from those sites. No link to or nothing. Already have that issue with new Zealand news. No live. I finally found choppy pieces of 2 min segments from NZ, but hardly the best.

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Social media platforms dropping news would be an overall benefit to society. The algorithms just keep driving people into a rabbit hole echo chamber.

People need to actively get out and research their news in order to get the full picture.

I mean look how many right-wing morons there are out there who believe Trump's lies, because they literally never see any articles that fact check him.

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