Google, Facebook to bite back against ACCC as newspapers die out

With Australians about to lose their local papers, the competition watchdog sent to the rescue is facing the prospect of litigation from tech giants Google and Facebook. This became clear as Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims told The New Daily the ACCC now had “considerable vital and urgent” work to be done to develop the world’s first mandatory news media revenue sharing laws.

Source: Google, Facebook to bite back against ACCC as newspapers die out

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