Facebook has stopped some news feed for Australian users.
Facebook wiped out pages from Australian state governments and charities as well as from domestic and international news organisations, three days before the launch of a nationwide COVID-19 vaccination programme.
A funny thing happened in Australia: millions of people were cut off from vital sources of information. According to Facebook, only around four per cent of all content viewed on the site’s news feed by Australians is journalism. But for many who are staying
Australia will be the first country where a government arbitrator will decide the price to be paid by the tech giants if commercial negotiations with local news outlets fail.
The new law makes Australia the first nation where a government arbitrator can set the price Facebook and Google pay domestic media to show their content if private negotiations fail. Canada and other countries have shown interest in replicating Australia’s reforms.
It is really unfortunate that the number of refugees is growing daily across the world. There seems to be no end to it. The latest country to add to that unmanageable and sad growth is Myanmar. The United Nations said recently an estimated 100,000 people
Phosphorus is the second most abundant mineral in our body, calcium being first, as it makes up 1% of our body. It is mainly found in our bones and teeth; making it important for building strong and healthy functioning bones.
Have you ever wondered what leads us into making all the decisions that we make in life? From the day-to-day choices to the bigger life altering ones,
Hati Maronjei once swore he would never get a COVID-19 shot, after a pastor warned that vaccines aren’t safe. Now, four months after the first batch of vaccines arrived in Zimbabwe, the 44-year-old street hawker of electronic items is desperate