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Google threatens to stop Search in Australia over new law

Mel Silva, Managing Director of Google Australia and New Zealand, appeared before a public hearing of the Senate Economics Legislation Committee that is reviewing a proposed new law called the News Media Bargaining Code.

Texas, 9 other US states file antitrust lawsuit against Google

The lawsuit filed on Wednesday in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas alleges that Google entered into an anticompetitive agreement with Facebook to boost its online advertising business.

Pichai commits $1 billion to help publishers create quality news

The $1 billion investment is another step from Google to support the news industry.

Facebook introduces Rights Manager for images

"Rights Manager will find matching content on Facebook and Instagram. Settings can be adjusted to match things like ownership that should apply worldwide or only in certain locations,"

FB challenges top news aggregators with smart subscription move

"We're adding additional partners to the product test and are actively working to measure subscriber retention driven by account linking, and other approaches to measuring impact for publishers."

Google testing new licensing tools with news publishers

In late June, the tech giant launched a licensing programme to pay for quality content from publishers for an upcoming news experience.

Microsoft goes after app-based consent phishing attacks in Cloud

"Publisher verification helps admins and end-users understand the authenticity of application developers. Over 660 applications by 390 publishers have been verified thus far."

Google sends users to news sites 24 billion times every month

Google on Thursday announcing a new licensing programme to pay publishers for high-quality content to help them weather the Covid-19 crisis.

Google brings fact-check label to images in Search

"When you tap one of these results to view the image in a larger format, you'll see a summary of the fact check that appears on the underlying web page."

Revamped Facebook News now live in US, adds local news section

"Our research indicates that people on Facebook want a wide variety of news, so we're working to ensure that we have sufficient content to meet those interests."

Google says its profit from News content ‘very small’

"This collaboration is in line with our vision to strengthen the startup community and the overall development of the country."

Google waives ad serving fee for 5 months for news publishers

Many news publishers globally use Google Ad Manager to support their digital businesses with advertising.

Hyderabad Book Fair from December 23

Apart from Telugu, books in Hindi, English, Tamil, Sanskrit, Urdu, Marathi and Kanada will also available at the stalls

Facebook begins testing dedicated ‘News’ tab on its platform

The "News" tab will have topic sections to dive deeper into the business, entertainment, health, science and tech and sports.

Facebook set to launch dedicated news tab, in talks with news publishers

Facebook is in talks with news publishers to offer as much as $3 million for the rights to publish content on its upcoming news tab.

Facebook announces new features to its video capabilities

For Live Videos, the company will expand the features available to Facebook Pages to encourage live broadcasting by professionals on its social network.

Facebook launching news tab later this year: Report

The section would reportedly be free for users, though Facebook might pay publishers whose work is featured.

TripAdvisor to be revamped

This travel site will be enhancing its services to customers.

Google launches support for Telugu language ads

Advertisers will now be able to develop rich and seamless campaigns to target their audience through Telugu-language search and display ads.

Facebook introduces local news accelerator for publishers

"The Accelerator has been designed by publishers for publishers," said Jim Friedlich, Executive Director of The Lenfest Institute for Journalism. "The workshop and grant programme addresses one of our most significant opportunities for new revenue to fund local journalism. We look forward to sharing the learnings with news organisations worldwide," he added.

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