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Facebook 'refriends' Australia after changes to media laws

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Facebook will restore Australian news pages, ending an unprecedented week-long blackout after wringing concessions from the government over a proposed law that will require tech giants to pay traditional media companies for their content.

Added on the 23/02/2021 15:33:44 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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