Facebook is now looking soft on its decision to stop news sharing in Australia. The Australian government took a tough stance against the decision of the social media company and announced a change in the law, after which it was said on behalf of Facebook that users are gradually getting the news share Share).
According to the news, a decision has been taken to remove this ban after an agreement between Facebook and the Government of Australia. Australia and New Zealand Facebook MD William Easton said that we are very happy that we have agreed to the agreement with the Government of Australia. He told that there has been a positive conversation in the direction of removing the ban on news sharing.
Australia government and Facebook agreed
Easton said that we have given our support to the framework that enhances innovation and collaboration between social media platforms and publishers. He told that through negotiations the Government of Australia has agreed to many changes. Under these changes, now the scope of investment in public journalism will increase and in the coming days, Facebook will also remove the ban on news sharing in Australia.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison spoke to the Prime Ministers of India and Canada, taking a tough stance against Facebook's decision. On Friday, he told Facebook to lift the ban on users in Australia and start talks with businesses that publish news. Along with this, he also warned that other countries can also follow the steps of their government to collect fees from digital companies in exchange for sharing news.
Facebook was warned
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. He said that many countries are interested in what Australia is doing, so I invite Facebook, like Google, to have a conversation because they know that what Australia is going to do here, many western countries also follow Can.