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Senate panel approves bill to give news organizations more power against tech platforms

Summary by Ground News
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act passed in a 15-7 vote. The bill creates a safe harbor from antitrust laws for a period of eight years for newspapers, broadcast stations and digital journalism outlets. It would require so-calledgatekeeper platforms, i.e., Google and Facebook, to negotiate in good faith with the news organizations.
Senate panel approves bill to give news organizations more power against tech platforms
10 days ago·Washington, United States

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Senate panel approves bill to give news organizations more power against tech platforms

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to approve a bill aimed at allowing news organizations to band together to negotiate with Alphabet Inc's Google and Meta's Facebook and win more revenue.

10 days ago·United Kingdom
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The HinduThe Hindu

News organisations get more power over tech platforms after U.S. Senate panel approves bill

Also opposing the bill are two technology industry trade groups that Facebook and Google belong to: the Computer & Communications Industry Association and NetChoice

10 days ago·India
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Washington TimesWashington Times

Bipartisan deal boosts measure to help struggling news organizations against Big Tech

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday passed a bipartisan bill aimed at giving small and mid-sized news organizations more clout to negotiate compensation with Big Tech platforms, although the measure still must overcome opposition in both parties and faces an uncertain path to a vote in the full Senate.

11 days ago·Washington, United States
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Senate panel approves bill to give news organizations more power against tech platforms

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to approve a bill aimed at allowing news organizations to band together to negotiate with Alphabet Inc's Google and Meta's Facebook and win more revenue.

10 days ago·Malaysia
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Washington ExaminerWashington Examiner

Senate advances bill meant to boost local and conservative news versus Big Tech

A bill designed to give an advantage to local and conservative news outlets in negotiating with Big Tech advanced from committee Thursday and is expected to be considered on the Senate floor soon.

10 days ago·Washington, United States
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Senate panel approves bill to give news organizations more power against tech platforms – One America News Network

By Diane BartzWASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to approve a bill aimed at allowing news organizations to band together to negotiate with Alphabet Inc’s Google and Meta’s Facebook and win more revenue.The bill passed the committee by a vote of 15 to 7, according to a congressional aide. It must now go to the Senate for their approval. A similar bill is before the U.S. House of Representatives.The bill is ai…

10 days ago·San Diego, United States
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