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Facebook to block news on Australian sites after new law…


Facebook said it would stop Australians from sharing news content on its platforms should a proposed law forcing the internet giant and Google to pay for news sourced from local providers go into effect     The world’s largest social network also updated its “terms of use” on Tuesday to say that it can block content anywhere globally or restrict users from accessing the services if such a move is warranted to avoid regulatory risks. “This global update provides more flexibility for us to change our services, including in Australia, to continue to operate and support our users in response…

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