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YouTube Creators Aug 21
Replying to @YouTubeCreators
We support a law that works for all Australian creators. That’s why we’re asking for . You can read more here → (5/5)
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Caleb Ironside Sep 6
Links from Herald Sun app go to Google home page (with a link to Google blog post “Learn how Google supports the news industry”) Does the Herald Sun use Google to link to content from its own app?
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𝙈𝙧𝙙𝙩𝙨 // 𝘿𝙮𝙡𝙖𝙣 Aug 20
Google shouldn't have to pay to give free advertisements to publishers. While Google shouldn't be fear mongering the way they are, they give publishers a direct line into my life...
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warren hurst Sep 14
YouTube that you know and love at risk in , what’s next? How can creators get involved? the Government are still considering the proposal. Make your voice heard and share your thoughts via video or on social media, using the hashtag .
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William Farrow Aug 25
Official Google Australia Blog:13 things you need to know about the News Media Bargaining Code
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Ciara Sillery Aug 27
Absolutely ridiculous what they are trying to get away with. I would definitely recommend giving this a read if you have the time.
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LM7 Aug 21
this isn’t ok! Let’s not follow the USA in trying to become a dictatorship. This can’t happen
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Longreach Aug 21
You know, I'd be a bit more sympathetic to media organisations if they were a lot less biased and much more reliable. As for Google... 🙄
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Jacoby Wakeby Aug 22
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Sam Ngu Aug 20
bargainingcode@accc​.​gov​.​au: Stop the Federal Government and ACCC from controlling Google Search and Facebook results - Sign the Petition! via
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PeteFromBrissy 🇦🇺 Aug 20
awwww.... poor little Google. These guys are the worst data violators in the business and have made tax minimisation an art-form.
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Health Crisis Now Aug 22
Last time we checked, is the big business that crushes little guys, while now plasters political ads. Until and can provide completely transparent details about their search businesses, why not GTFO of Oz? Try:
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Robert Graham Aug 22
A perspective on the ACCC News Media Bargaining Code from a journalist not working for a large media conglomerate.
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Dave Newcombe Aug 20
How is the constant bombardment on Aussie citizens of your problem fair? Your company value has 12 zeros, and you want to talk about fair? As a photographer I know first hand what its like not to be paid for content by platforms and the media alike.
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RigGaming Aug 19
is fighting for the rights of equality for all that publish to the platform against prioritization of traditional news media over smaller creator like myself and many others. I saw Not today
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Awaecnan Aug 20
Here is the ACCC proposal. It should be for ALL business, not just media! Gives media an advantage from what i can see. but there is some good in it too. what do you think? .
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sweneye Aug 26
Google raises 13 questions to expose the News Media Bargaining Code.
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DigitalData Aug 24
Parliament of Australia: Save YouTube By Stopping Australia's Proposed Law (News Media Bargaining Code) - Sign the Petition! via
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Sara Nguyen Aug 19
Because I have no life, I did actually read the proposed legislation. Giving news media 28 days advanced notice of algorithm changes is not fair & equitable for other content creators. , time to get informed and to speak up.
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Rajson architecture Aug 20
The government should not do whatever they want. Everyone should be treated equally. Please dont try to make google or youtube your news channels. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
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