Facebook, Australiain News CorpIt has signed a three-year agreement that will allow it to use content from sources affiliated with. Multi-year agreement, Australian national newspaper, news.com.au website and in New South Wales The Daily Telegraph, Victoria’daki Herald Sun and in Queensland The Courier-Mail Covers several Australian publications owned by the company, including
As Reuters stated News Corpreaching an agreement with the social network following the adoption of new laws requiring tech giants to pay publishers to use their content first media outlet happened.
Facebook has finally reached an agreement
Unlike Google, which quickly made deals with News Corp and other organizations, Facebook delayed doing so and even prevented users from sharing news links in the country for a while.
When the company imposed the ban, it accidentally blocked government pages, nonprofits, and other non-media pages. With this movement, Facebook’s “Does not provide clear guidance on the definition of news content” thought to blame the laws.
A few days later Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrisonannounced that the company has begun to negotiate with officials again. Facebook reversed its news ban after authorities accepted some changes to the laws proposed at the time.
Seems like Facebook, Ready to make deals to fill the News tab with content. News Corp In your announcement, your social network Sky News Australia He also stated that he signed a separate agreement with.
Reuters, Facebook’un Seven West Media Ltd and rival Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd He reports that he is in the middle of talks with.