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Now That Rupert Murdoch Has Convinced Governments To …

Now That Rupert Murdoch Has Convinced Governments To Force Facebook To Pay For News, Facebook No Longer Wants Anything To Do With News | Techdirt

6 juli 2022 — Now That Rupert Murdoch Has Convinced Governments To Force Facebook To Pay For News, Facebook No Longer Wants Anything To Do With News.

This should surprise no one, but Joshua Benton, over at Nieman Lab, has a really fantastically well-reported article about how Facebook basically wants out of the news business entirely. It goes through multiple reasons why this is the case, but a big one is that Rupert Murdoch’s decade-long demands that Facebook and Google simply fork…

Rupert Murdoch Learns Why Intermediary Liability Protections …

Rupert Murdoch Learns Why Intermediary Liability Protections Matter: Australia Says Media Orgs Can Be Sued Over Facebook Comments | Techdirt

8 sep. 2021 — Rupert Murdoch Learns Why Intermediary Liability Protections Matter: Australia Says Media Orgs Can Be Sued Over Facebook Comments.

Ah, Australia. The country down under has always taken an upside down view on intermediary liability laws — quite quick to blame an intermediary for 3rd party content. Two years ago we wrote about a problematic ruling in Australia based on the idea that media companies (not just social media companies) could be held liable…

‘The Bizarre Reaction to Facebook’s Decision … – Daring Fireball

Daring Fireball: ‘The Bizarre Reaction to Facebook’s Decision to Get Out of the News Business in Australia’

18 feb. 2021 — Mike Masnick, writing at Techdirt: … Australia’s law is a bad one — it might as well have been written by Rupert Murdoch himself.

Techmeme on Twitter: “Facebook’s refusal to pay a misguided …

Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Facebook’s refusal to pay a misguided media tax, pushed by Rupert Murdoch, is a defense of the open web and criticizing it for …

Bobby Allyn on Twitter: ““This fight was not ‘Facebook v …

18 feb. 2021 — Or ‘Facebook v. journalism’ even though some ignorant or … This was always ‘Rupert Murdoch v. the open web.’ Quote Tweet. Mike Masnick.

Facebook’s Australian news ban might do the wrong … – Vox

Facebook’s Australian news ban might do the wrong thing for the right reasons – Vox

20 feb. 2021 — Techdirt founder and media analyst Mike Masnick, on the other hand, thought Facebook was perfectly within its rights to do what it did.

The social media giant cut millions of Australians off from the news to protest a potential law with a lot of flaws.

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19 feb. 2021 — This was always “Rupert Murdoch v. the open web. … Decision To Get Out Of The News Business In Australia”, Mike Masnick, Techdirt.

Australia is right — Facebook should pay up | The Seattle Times

22 feb. 2021 — Facebook went on the offensive last week, banning Australian news … that Australia — pushed heavily by Rupert Murdoch — has decided to put …

News publishers — in Australia and elsewhere — will continue losing a sizable share of their audience if Facebook cuts them off, and I suspect that Facebook would consider funding…

Murdoch’s Paywall Experiment Proves It: Newspapers Are …

Murdoch’s Paywall Experiment Proves It: Newspapers Are Screwed

9 nov. 2010 — In early July, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation placed its two … Mike Masnick at TechDirt believes those revenues are unlikely to offset …

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