Google threatens to withdraw search functions in Australia over upcoming media law

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Facebook has voiced similar concerns over the proposed code of conduct for tech giants in Australia

Google said on Friday that it would block its search function in Australia entirely if the government proceeds to pass a legislation that would force Google and Facebook to compensate local media f...

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