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abc net au
04:06 Tue 23
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Facebook to reverse ban on Australian news sites 'in the coming days', government says
Facebook will walk back its block on Australian news sites, the government says, after a backlash to its response to proposed media bargaining laws that would force major tech giants to pay news outlets for their content.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-02-23/facebook-reverses-news-ban-on-australian-sites-media-code/13173984
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mjtsai
21:57 Wed 3
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Australia vs. Facebook and Google
Timothy B. Lee: Google says it would have “no real choice” but to shut down its search engine in Australia if Australia passes a new law requiring Google to pay news sites to link to their articles. […] You might think that Google would simply stop linking to Australian news sites. But that won’t be […]


news google au
07:20 Tue 2
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Lowe gives first signal more QE is coming - The Australian Financial Review
Lowe gives first signal more QE is coming    The Australian Financial Review RBA leaves cash rate at record low, but is prepared to buy more government bonds | The Business    ABC News (Australia) RBA reveals interest rates call amid surging property prices    Yahoo Finance Australia Reserve Bank of Australia Preview: Forecast from nine major banks    FXStreet Australian shares erase gains after the Reserve Bank keeps rates on hold    ABC News View Full coverage on Google News
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abc net au
19:00 Tue 2
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Facebook has turned the news tap back on, but not everything is back to normal
If there was ever any question about Facebook's power to direct traffic to news sites, these graphs put the matter beyond doubt.
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abc net au
19:00 Tue 2
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These graphs tell the story of Facebook's news ban and what happened after
If there was ever any question about Facebook's power to direct traffic to news sites, these graphs put the matter beyond doubt.


abc net au
19:00 Tue 2
Referrals to Facebook plummeted on the day of the ban. But then what happened?
If there was ever any question about Facebook's power to direct traffic to news sites, these graphs put the matter beyond doubt.


econews au
08:24 Wed 3
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UNESCO reveals largest carbon stores found in Australian World Heritage Sites
Australias marine World Heritage Sites are among the worlds largest stores of carbon dioxide according to a new report from the United Nations, co-authored by an Edith Cowan University (ECU) marine science expert. The UNESCO report found Australias six marine World Heritage Sites hold 40 per cent of the estimated 5 billion tons of carbon […] The post UNESCO reveals largest carbon stores found in Australian World Heritage Sites appeared first on Eco News .


news google au
12:41 Wed 3
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More than a million coronavirus vaccines en route to North Korea |The World - ABC News (Australia)
More than a million coronavirus vaccines en route to North Korea |The World    ABC News (Australia) More than 300,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to roll out nationally across next 10 days    9News Top 3 with Dr Lucas De Toca: Vaccines and mental health    Australian Government Department of Health Australian Defence Force to help with COVID-19 vaccine rollout    ABC Local ADF called in to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine rollout    The Australian View Full coverage on Google News


phonearena
05:25 Mon 1
With Apple's new iOS feature expected to hurt small firms, Facebook aims to reverse the damage
Last year, introduced its App Tracking Transparency (ATT) feature. This allows an iPhone user to opt-in if he or she wants to continue to be tracked by third-party apps for the purpose of receiving on-line ads. Those who don't opt-in will no longer be tracked. While this would seem to be good for iPhone users, Facebook immediately decried it as being bad for small businesses and bad for Facebook. The company at first said that it could lose as much as 50% of its ad revenue in 2021; Facebook's ad revenue was over $80 billion in 2020. Facebook paid for two different ...
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socialmediatoday
18:02 Mon 1
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Facebook Announces May Launch Date for Facebook News in Germany
Facebook has announced the next expansion of its dedicated news tab.
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cnbc
8h ago
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Australian treasurer says talks with Facebook on new media law were protracted and difficult
Passage of the law made Australia the first country where a government-appointed arbitrator can decide on the price digital platforms have to pay publishers.


conservativedailynews
18:14 Wed 3
Vial Of Death: Louis Farrakhan Pushes Vaccine Conspiracy Theories In Videos Posted On Facebook, Twitter
By Chuck Ross - Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, called the coronavirus shot a vial of death at an event held this weekend, and falsely claimed that the vaccine has killed people. Videos of the event are found on the Nation of Islams Facebook and Twitter accounts. Both social media sites have recently developed policies … Vial Of Death: Louis Farrakhan Pushes Vaccine Conspiracy Theories In Videos Posted On Facebook, Twitter is original content from Conservative Daily News - Where Americans go for news, current events and commentary they can trust - Conservative News Website for U.S. News, Political Cartoons and more.


marketwatch
20:45 Wed 3
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Facebook says it will resume political ads March 4
Facebook Inc. is resuming political, electoral, and social issue advertising Thursday after a temporary ban following the November 2020 U.S. presidential election. 'Unlike other platforms, we require authorization and transparency not just for political and electoral ads, but also for social issue ads, and our systems do not distinguish between these categories,' Facebook said in a post Wednesday. 'We've heard a lot of feedback about this and learned more about political and electoral ads during this election cycle. As a result, we plan to use the coming months to take a closer look at how these ads work on our service to see where further changes may be merited.' Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
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news google au
03:04 Mon 1
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Australian 'myth busting' team established to address COVID vaccine false information - Xinhua | English.news.cn - Xinhua
Australian 'myth busting' team established to address COVID vaccine false information - Xinhua | English.news.cn    Xinhua Live: Victorian Health Minister calls for more transparency from federal government after vaccine mishap    ABC News Australian 'myth-busting' unit established to take on Covid misinformation    The Guardian Coronavirus: Anti-vaccine protesters target Federal Health Minister | 9 News Australia    9 News Australia View Full coverage on Google News


news google au
01:00 Wed 3
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Australian Defence Force to help with COVID-19 vaccine rollout - ABC Local
Australian Defence Force to help with COVID-19 vaccine rollout    ABC Local Experts say Australias vaccine rollout must dramatically improve to meet October deadline    NEWS.com.au 'Defence support the vaccine rollout in aged care'    Australian Government Department of Health SKoreans react to start of COVID vaccination campaign    AP Archive Hajj 2021: COVID-19 vaccination compulsory for all pilgrims    The Siasat Daily View Full coverage on Google News


hollandfintech
15:36 Mon 1
Weekly Analysis & Opinion Highlights 1 March 2021
  This analysis article focuses on the opinions and insights from industry experts. On latest news, we explore the agreement reached between Facebook and the Australian government, the potential of remittances, look into SMB neobanks, explore whether inflation is making a come back, look at the key relationships between governments and AI creators, and check […] The post Weekly Analysis & Opinion Highlights – 1 March 2021 appeared first on Holland FinTech .


developerpublish
10:40 Sat 27
Uno Reverse Card What is it ?
UNO Reverse Card is a playing card in the UNO game which helps the players to reverse the order of turns and is generally used for a player for comeback. This card reverses the direction of play. The play to the left now passes to the right and vice versa.If this card is turned up […] The post Uno Reverse Card – What is it ? appeared first on Developer Publish .


reason
19:25 Mon 1
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Facebook Restores News Links in Australia After Getting Some Concessions
Big outlets get subsidies. The government still gets to pick winners and losers.
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advancedsciencenews
10:45 Tue 2
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Individualized brain cell grafts reverse Parkinsons symptoms in monkeys
A new study provides hope for Parkinson's disease, showing that grafts in last stage patients have the potential to manage and even reverse symptoms. The post Individualized brain cell grafts reverse Parkinson’s symptoms in monkeys appeared first on Advanced Science News .


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01:53 Mon 1
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Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety final report released by federal government - ABC News
Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety final report released by federal government    ABC News #LIVE: Prime Minister Scott Morrison releases royal commission's report into aged care | ABC News    ABC News (Australia) Australia news live: Morrison speaks to media as aged care royal commission report released follow live    The Guardian Experience with my mum opened my eyes on aged care    The Australian What will the aged care royal commission recommend? We think we know, and how the government will respond    ABC News View Full coverage on Google News


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20:39 Mon 1
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Australian shares to jump, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts - ABC News
Australian shares to jump, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts    ABC News RBA doubles daily bond buying to $4b    The Australian Financial Review Is this the RBA's 'whatever it takes' moment?    Livewire Markets Dollar gains on reflation trade, Aussie recovers    Reuters Australian Yields Tumble Most in a Year as Global Bonds Rebound    Yahoo Finance Australia View Full coverage on Google News


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09:57 Mon 1
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Advantage of 3D Scanning Reverse Engineering
What are the Benefits of 3D Scanning Reverse Engineering? 3D scanning reverse engineering is a method of analyzing the function of a design. The point of […] The post Advantage of 3D Scanning Reverse Engineering appeared first on 3D2GO Philippines | 3D Printing Services .


@guardiannews
06:03 Wed 3
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Blue carbon: how three Australian marine sites lock away 2bn tonnes of CO2 https://t.co/LCkW1XvBOd
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news google au
00:17 Tue 2
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Michael Gudinski, Australian music industry icon, dead aged 68 - ABC News
Michael Gudinski, Australian music industry icon, dead aged 68    ABC News Mushroom Records founder Michael Gudinski dead at 68    NEWS.com.au Live breaking news: NSW Police close investigation into historical rape allegation against Cabinet MP; Music industry icon Michael Gudinski dead; Report finds Victoria mental health system in crisis    9News Heart of Australian music ripped out: Michael Gudinski dies aged 68    Sydney Morning Herald Australian music industry titan Michael Gudinski dies, aged 68    Sky News Australia View Full coverage on Google News


econews au
08:21 Wed 3
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Surfers Urge Federal Government To Stop Passing Gas
A GROWING movement of salty-hair sea dwellers (also known as surfers) are taking on the Federal Government to protect the Australian coastline from offshore oil and gas approvals. Surfers for Climate, an organisation founded by Australias top surf elites including WSL pro-surfer, Adrian Buchan and former ironman, Ky Hurst, launched the petition, Dont Pass Gas […] The post Surfers Urge Federal Government To “Stop Passing Gas” appeared first on Eco News .


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20:39 Mon 1
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Australian shares make steady gains, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts - ABC News
Australian shares make steady gains, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts    ABC News Surging property prices could force RBA to reassess ultra-low rates, economists warn    Sydney Morning Herald House prices rise shows the RBA's policies are working    The Australian Financial Review ASX cools gains ahead of RBA cash rate call    The Australian Australian Dollar Unfazed by Chinese PMI as RBA Meeting Shifts Into View    DailyFX View Full coverage on Google News


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16:38 Wed 3
Bill Mitchell Australian national accounts second quarter of strong growth but still below where economy was a year ago
Coming off a low base. That is how to view the latest data release from the Australian Bureau of Statistics of the Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product, December 2020 (released March 3, 2020). It shows that the Australian economy grew by 3.1 per cent in the December-quarter after growing by 3.4 per cent in the September-quarter. But the economy is still 1.1 per cent smaller than it was this time last year. The other thing to take from the data is that it once again confirms that nations that took the virus elimination strategy have done the best in economic terms compared to those nation which resisted tight lockdowns and other restrictions and are still enduring high infection rates and stalled economies. Household Consumption expenditure rose strongly as opportunities to spend increased and disposable income recovered somewhat. How long this considerable rebound can continue is another question. With the government fiscal support due to end soon and the base now higher, the coming quarters will not be as robust. And remember that the economy is still 1.1 per cent smaller and the labour market is still struggling and the Governments fiscal support will still be required in certain sectors, which are still unable to achieve recovery (arts, tourism).... Bill Mitchell billy blog Australian national accounts second quarter of strong growth but still below where economy was a year ago Bill Mitchell | Professor in Economics and Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), at University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia


scimex org
05:30 Tue 2
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UNESCO reveals largest carbon stores found in Australian World Heritage Sites
Australia's marine World Heritage Sites are among the world's largest stores of carbon dioxide according to a new report from the United Nations, co-authored by an Edith Cowan University marine science expert.


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Electric vehicle user charge put on hold as SA Government monitors similar taxes interstate - ABC News
Electric vehicle user charge put on hold as SA Government monitors similar taxes interstate    ABC News Electric cars going nowhere fast    Herald Sun Australias EV adoption remains embarrassing    Stockhead South Aust puts electric car tax on hold    Bellingen Courier Sun Electric car sales figures show Australian EV uptake stuck in the slow lane    WhichCar View Full coverage on Google News


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20:39 Mon 1
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Australian shares rise on open, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts - ABC News
Australian shares rise on open, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts    ABC News Surging property prices could force RBA to reassess ultra-low rates, economists warn    Sydney Morning Herald RBA doubles daily bond buying to $4b    The Australian Financial Review US Dollar Outlook: AUD/USD Primed for Volatility as RBA Looms    DailyFX Australian Yields Tumble Most in a Year as Global Bonds Rebound    Yahoo Finance Australia View Full coverage on Google News


cnn
19:05 Mon 1
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Top European media outlet refuses to join Facebook News
Facebook is launching its news product in Germany without media giant Axel Springer, which publishes the country's most popular daily newspaper and says it won't participate due to the 'inappropriately low remuneration' offered for journalistic content.