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A Look At Australia's New Media Law

Dr Ross Tapsell, Senior Lecturer, School of Culture, History and Language, Australian National University

26-Mar-21 19:00

A Look At Australia's New Media Law

Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit that runs Wikipedia, is looking to charge companies for publishing its content. This comes after Australia introduced media laws that require tech giants like Facebook and Google to pay local news outlets to link their content in news feeds or search results. We speak with Dr Ross Tapsell about the impact of this move.

Image Source: Benjamin Dada, Unsplash

Produced by: Tasha Fusil

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn


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