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Josh Frydenberg warned the internet giants that it was "inevitable" that they would pay for news content and threats to shut down mainstream functions in Australia, causing them "great damage".At the doorstep on Sunday, the Treasurer said the Morrison government intends to be. It is a "global leader" in regulating social media and search companies, which he accused of replacing goalposts in opposition to the proposed bargaining ethics.Google and Facebook are grappling with current laws before Congress that would force them to enter negotiations with news media firms for payments for content, with arbitration to ultimately decide the amount paid if an agreement cannot be reached.

On Friday, the pair escalated the dispute, threatening to remove Google's search engine from Australia and Facebook to remove news from all Australian users' Facebook feeds.The threat follows revelations that Google has experimented with hiding certain Australian news sites from search results in moving media saying it was a "superpowers" show.Frydenberg told reporters in Melbourne that the government had been working with Australia's competition regulator for two years to develop the code to "See how the digital giant is paying for original content created by our media business.

Frydenberg accused the technology company of สล็อตออนไลน์ changing the goalposts" by opposing the government's final arbitration proposal before and now against paying for clicks on media content displayed in search results.He said, "If clicks for media content account for only a fraction of the overall click in search," this will be reflected in the payments imposed by an independent judge.Frydenberg noted that the government's position was funded by media companies and public surveys, after a Dynata poll conducted by the Australian Institute's Responsible Technology Center found that four out of five respondents were found to be "disturbing." “Australian results may be removed from the news feed.Digital giants appeared to do a big disservice last week when they publicly and publicly threatened Australians by effectively pulling them out of Australia, figuring out how the legislation went the way. Is it right now? ”Frydenberg said.The treasurer said. crossbenchers and Australian Greens have spoken in support of the code. But accused the laborers of “sitting on the fence with wood chips”Related: 

Google's Threat to Withdraw Search Engines From Australia Is Making Democrats Interested Everyone | Peter Lewis My view is that it is inevitable that the digital giants will pay for original content and the option for Australia is that we are the global leade and first when it comes to putting that code? Or we can follow more people when they do. Facebook called the code unusable in its current form and asked the digital platform to get a six-month waiver in negotiating a deal directly with news companies before hitting the "big stick" of the code.Google has said it can accept arbitration as "Reasonable backstop" to secure investment in news But the Australian model is flawed as it only considers the costs of the news company, not Google, and encourages it. "Broad claims"