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MELBOURNE: A deal has been struck between Facebook and the Australian government. She said it was okay to share the news again. Revealed that payments will be made to news organizations. Campbell Brown, head of the News Partnership, issued an official statement. However, how much does it cost? To whom is it given? There is no clarity on that. It is well known that Australian law requires social media companies to pay companies to share news. Several social media sites, including Facebook, objected. Even a few days ago Facebook blocked me from sharing the news. It was in this context that Facebook compromised with the government.

Brown said he had discussed all issues with the Australian government and had reached an agreement with the government to support news organizations of their choice, including small and local organizations. News feed pages will be restored in the coming days. However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government. He said he would support journalism around the world, including Australia, and was ready to invest in it. However, Brown asserts that platforms such as Publisher and Facebook are inextricably linked, but that it would not be good for big media companies to go ahead with such laws without their involvement.

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