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The new law is designed to force Google and Facebook to pay publishers for news.
Facebook on Wednesday pledged to invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three years, days after a
Australia’s proposed laws are seen as a possible template for other nations.
The 'Today' show host didn't mince his words with a stern message: "Up yours, Facebook".
High-quality and reliable journalism and news can still be accessed elsewhere.
Facebook has also appeared to have blocked its own page in Australia.
Australia wakes up to reality of Facebook without news
After storming Capitol barricades, Couy Griffin said "blood" would run from the building when rioters return, said an FBI affidavit.