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Google threatens to REMOVE search engine in Australia if legislators force it to share profits with news content creators

2 monthes ago   |   By RT

Australians could soon be deprived of Google's ubiquitous search engine, with the web behemoth threatening to cut off service should lawmakers pass a hot-button measure forcing tech firms to cough up revenue to media outlets.
As Australian legislators continue to debate the controversial law - which would compel internet platforms to hand over a cut of revenues to press agencies for sharing their content - Google stepped into the fray on Friday, insisting the move would make its operations unfeasible in the country.
“The code's arbitration model with bias criteria presents unmanageable...
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