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Australia’s competition regulator will this month publish draft rules forcing Facebook and Google to share revenue generated from news with the original publishers.
Facebook on June 15 rejected calls from the Australian government and news companies that it share advertising revenue with the media, suggesting it would rather cut news content from its platform.
In a world governed by quarantine and social distancing rules, even lead managers on multi-billion dollar deals have had to curtail travel and drop the personal touch in favour of video conferences and phone calls to woo potential investors.
Layla Keith had just gotten off a flight from Singapore when she and her fellow passengers were met at the gate by Hong Kong government officials and ushered onto buses that shuttled them to a nearby convention center.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp unveiled an online news aggregation service, aiming to break away from the tech platforms that dominate digital media.
Japan will tighten regulations to prevent technology giants including Facebook Inc and Google from abusing their market power and having unfair advantage over small businesses, officials said on Dec 17.
Australia said on Dec 12 technology giants such as Facebook Inc and Google will have to agree to new rules to ensure they do not abuse their market power and damage competition, or the government will impose new controls on them.
The content uniformity aside – four of the top seven movies descended from comic books, and the other three from cartoon franchises – most of the year’s leading films are Walt Disney Co productions.
Facebook is taking its most dramatic step to date to combat the spread of fake news on the far-reaching platform by introducing a "News" tab on its US user interface that will serve up stories from credible news organisations.
CNN chief Jeff Zucker says Facebook's policy not to monitor political ads for truth-telling is ludicrous and advised the social media giant to sit out the 2020 election until it can figure out something better