Facebook to lift ban on news in Australia after PM Scott Morrison's warning

Facebook to lift ban on news in Australia after PM Scott Morrison's warning

Sidni: Facebook after warning Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been canceled for lifting the ban imposed on the reports. Facebook says it will remove the ban on Australian news pages in the coming days. Actually there was a tussle between Facebook and news agencies in Australia. After this, Facebook had blocked the Facebook page of the news channel, agency, newspapers. 

Earlier, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday requested Facebook to lift the ban on users in Australia and start talks with businesses that publish news. Along with this, he had also warned that other countries can also follow their government's steps to collect fees from digital companies in exchange for sharing news. Morrison said that he spoke to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on Thursday about the Facebook controversy. He is also talking with the leaders of Britain, Canada and France about this proposed legislation of Australia.

"Many countries are interested in what Australia is doing," he said. So Facebook, like Google, should also talk in a constructive way. Morrison described the move by Facebook to stop Thursday by people from Australia accessing and sharing the news as a threat. The sharing of news was banned in Australia.

The move by the social media company has led to a rift among the government, media and powerful technology companies. The company has taken this step in retaliation against a proposed law regarding payment to media institutions (by a social media company) in exchange for news sharing on Facebook in Australia.  


Facebook lifts ban on news in Australia

Facebook lifts ban on news in Australia

Washington: Social media company Facebook has lifted the ban on news in the country after resolving differences with the Australian government. "Last week, Facebook announced a halt to the exchange of news on its service in Australia," Nick Clegg, Facebook's Global Affairs Vice President, said in a statement released here on Wednesday.

He said, "This has now been resolved after discussion with the Australian Government. We agree to new deals with publishers and look forward to once again sharing the Australian link to the news link. "According to the statement Facebook plans to spend at least one billion dollars over the next three years. . He said that Facebook has a similar agreement with publishers in the US. Facebook is active in conversations with Germany, France and others. 


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