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  1. Tech giants like Facebook and Google could be forced to pay news outlets for their content, under a

    Australia to make Facebook, Google pay news outlets for content

    Australia finalised plans on Tuesday to make Facebook Inc and Google pay its media outlets for news content, a world-first move aimed at ...
  2. Dr Maliki speaking at interfaith dialouge
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    Important for public to verify news, online posts: Maliki

    'Once you know the facts of the case, then decide what it is and how is it you want to disseminate that information – to who and for what purpose.
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    #COVID19: The Social Media Pandemic

    As a global battle against the COVID-19 pandemic spills into cyberspace, the world is grappling with an information explosion on social media. In ...
  4. The New York Times building is seen in Manhattan, New York

    New York Times warns of easing growth after news storm boosts results

    The New York Times warned on Thursday its robust digital growth may not be sustainable going ahead, easing expectations after reporting a strong ...
  5. Herbert Kretzmer Les Miserables lyricist

    Les Miserables musical lyricist, Herbert Kretzmer, dies at 95

    Theatre producer Cameron Mackintosh said Kretzmer was instrumental in bringing Victor Hugo's classic tale to the stage in English in October 1985.
  6. FILE PHOTO: A Facebook logo is pictured on an Apple's Ipad in Bordeaux, southwestern France

    Facebook says new law would prompt it to block Australian news sharing

    Facebook Inc will block news sharing on its platforms in Australia if a proposal to force the U.S. tech giant to share revenue with local media ...
  7. Apple logo is seen on the Apple store at The Marche Saint Germain in Paris

    News publishers seek more favourable terms in Apple's app store: WSJ

    Major news organisations are joining other companies in pushing for more favourable terms on Apple Inc's app store, the Wall Street Journal ...