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(Reuters) - News Corp struck a global news deal with Alphabet Inc's Google, the Rupert Murdoch-controlled media company said on Wednesday, in one of the most extensive deals of its kind with big tech.
The Spanish government is preparing strict labour law changes that could mean food-delivery platforms have to formally employ the couriers they rely on.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Facebook faced backlash from publishers and politicians on Thursday after blocking news feeds in Australia in a surprise escalation of a dispute with the government over a law to require it to share revenue from news.
Hackers attacked military-run government websites in Myanmar on Feb 18 as a cyber war erupted after authorities shut down the Internet for a fourth straight night.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook's move to block all media content in Australia shows why countries around the world need robust regulation to stop tech giants behaving like a "school yard bully", the head of the UK's news media trade group said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook's move to block all news content in Australia is an attempt to bully a democracy and will stiffen the resolve of legislators across the world to get tough with the tech giants, a senior British lawmaker said.
Home heating systems shutting down. Hospitals facing water shortages. Oil refineries going offline.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Microsoft and European media groups on Monday urged EU regulators to require online platforms to seek arbitration in disagreements over how to share revenues with news publishers, a sticking point in the spat between Facebook and Australia.
(This February 22 story corrects to clarify Google's position, paragraph 5)
Industry players are calling for stricter penalties against digital piracy, which they claim has caused the entertainment and media industry to suffer an estimated RM3bil loss annually.